This little book of poetry is very beautiful. I’m glad to have read it in paperback because the way it’s put together is absolutely lovely. There’s a bit of rhythm with the way each poem picks up from the last, and there’s also some stunning photography sprinkled throughout. Flipping through the pages A View From An Empty Nest, With Only A Few Ruffled Feathers by Alisa B. Bates really brought to light the authenticity in it.
I first discovered Alisa’s work after speaking with her at a local author event. Her approach and style really intrigued me, so I didn’t wait long to read her novel The Fox in the Closet. I was extremely impressed, and rated that book 5 stars. I wish I hadn’t waited so long to read this book of hers as well. It’s lovely!
The poems throughout cover memories of motherhood both early…
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