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The Wind Blows Through the Doors of My Heart

The Wind Blows Through the Doors of My Heart

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Written by Deborah DiggesAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Deborah Digges

  • Format: Trade Paperback, 72 pages
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  • Publisher: Knopf
  • On Sale: April 3, 2012
  • Price: $15.00
  • ISBN: 978-0-375-71170-1 (0-375-71170-8)
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Now in paperback, the final, posthumous collection of poems by Deborah Digges: rich stories of family life, nature's bounty, love, and loss—he overflowing of a heart burdened by grief and moved by beauty.

When Deborah Digges died in the spring of 2009, at the age of fifty-nine, she left this gathering of poems that captures a stunning gift that prevailed to the end. Here are poems that speak of her rural Missouri childhood in a family with ten children; the love between men and women as well as the devastation of widowhood; the moods of nature; and throughout, touching all subjects, is the call to poetry itself.