Winter Hours by Robert Hilles

Winter Hours by Robert Hilles

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Robert Hilles By rhilles Updated Aug 02, 2010

In his fourteenth book of poetry, Partake, Governor General’s Award winning poet Robert Hilles writes frankly about the death of his younger brother from cancer. He travels to Chiang Mai in northern Thailand to grieve and heal and through these poems we see East meeting West. Partake chronicles the power of family and the spiritual journey from loss to renewal. 

NProctor3383 NProctor3383 Oct 06, 2013
I love the imagery of the spider! Amazing what the mind notices in the absence of what it desires.  Great poem!
Melberis Melberis Sep 12, 2013
Absolutely no words to express....each word has depth of zillion seas with clear pictorial details
CorneliaHoogland CorneliaHoogland Sep 11, 2013
Hi Robert, thanks for that poem. My brother died tragically this year...so I know something of loss.  Hello to you and Pearl.
rhilles rhilles Aug 09, 2013
@PFTaylor thank you for your moving reading of this poem and your kind words. Most importantly for my brother's sake thank you for reading this poem and commenting!
rlwinter rlwinter Jul 04, 2013
Intense and interesting! Would appreciate some feedback on Love Lifted Me! thnx
Debbart Debbart Mar 11, 2013
So heart felt...God bless you & keep you through all times,,, BUT especially during times of these.