Poetry. This collection of poems speaks of discomfort and unfamiliarity, of death and mourning, the disorientation they bring to life. Of the ultimate constraints of human existence. And finally, these poems sing in the voice of spiritual transcendence, acceptance, and the open door of inner peace.
James K. Zimmerman is a former singer/songwriter in the music business. Now a clinical psychologist, he returned to poetry in recent years. A recipient of the Cloudbank Poetry Award, the Hart Crane Poetry Award, and the Daniel Varoujan Poetry Award, he lives near New York City with his wife, Jan, and does not have a dog, two cats, or a picket fence.
Author City: PLEASANTVILLE, NY USA