Myths, Legends, and Other Minor Tragedies by Jolene
Exactly how much of who we are could be ascribed to the people, places, and things in them that personally touched us? All these things are like a cornucopia of experiences that we could draw upon to define who we are.
So it is for Myths, Legends, and Other Minor Tragedies, by Jolene, who admits to baring a part of her soul in the following pages to mark the procession of things and events that hint at how they have made her.
Reading a collection of poems as personal as Myths, Legends, and Other Minor Tragedies promises to be like an act of partaking in a silent communion to examine and perhaps, clean all the ambiguousness long accumulated in the deep recesses of our being. About the Author
Jolene spends her time as a domestic engineer for the Cumber-Pagel family. With boy friend of twelve years, David Cumber, Jolene has two children, Hunter, and Alexander. Jolene spends some time being a musician playing an alto saxophone. She is also an active Earth Witch, which adopts a special affinity with plants and animals and all things natural.
(2012, paperback, 92 pages)