by Christine Ruth Wiebe

These poems were selected from a manuscript of over 100 poems culled by Katie Funk Wiebe and Joanna Wiebe from Christine Wiebe’s papers. This thematic selection of poems suggests the range of Christine’s interests and the depth to which she probed them. Her poems are deeply sensitive to language as a tool of creation, disturbance, and integration. The section titles—Words, Father Loss, The Body, Nature’s Order, Exploration, Oblate, Dreams—have been created by the editor.--AH


  • Esther Stenson

    On October 20, 2010 Esther Stenson wrote:

    I love these poems--the felt imagery, the voice of the cleaning lady--the hope and faith in the knowledge of impending death. They pack power. Thanks for publishing them!

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