Inscapes and Horizons

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"We talked about poems - how you could see only words jam packed in a near to meaningless jumble - the we walked along the swirling lace edged margin of the sea.... Whitesands Bay by Helen Overell
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    In this collection of poems Helen Overell shares intimate reflections on the world and on her own life story. Though sometimes a story of sadness and burden, it is nevertheless told with expressions of beauty, wit, and hope with which many will resonate. Her poetry reveals - in the best traditions of the Carmelite Order - an appreciation of the domestic and the natural that leads to a perception of something divine. 

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