“Borrowed Coats” by Wilma Elizabeth McDaniel (Hanging Loose Press, 2001)

Having published three other collections of poetry, Wilma Elizabeth McDaniel returns with new talents and new insights into the world of poetry.  Of German, Irish and Cherokee extraction, and having crossed over from the Dustbowl of the 30’s in Oklahoma to the “Pastures of Plenty” in California; McDaniel has a world of knowledge to draw from, in which she can never repeat a story or retell an old one.  Each thought she draws from is as fresh as a spring flower, taking to  you levels and dimensions you didn’t know existed.

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Originally published on December 3rd 2001.

Originally published in the Long Beach Union.

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