Distributed for CavanKerry Press
The title poem takes its name from a passage by Simone Weil, “We must not weep so that we may not be comforted.” But in this and other poems, Robert Cording offers a more hopeful vision of our ability to find consolation in the world we inhabit—a world endowed will offer endless spiritual possibilities, both in nature and within ourselves.
88 pages | 6 x 9 1/2
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