Voices on the Wind Voices on Aging
To one whose mystery is delicious and sans peur et sans reproche by Susan Stevens Something I liked about our words was the way you kept me off balance and getting the hang of language. . .no, learning the hard way. You walking history-&-culture lesson, keeping at a giant's stride so I could do some serious cramming without cracking a book. And never having caught so much as a glimpse of you. So much the better, since as Charlie Chan tells us, Distance no hindrance to fond thoughts. And there are times I won't share the sound of ice loosening from its floe or the rupture of a branch