Kevin Arnold watches with care the many ripples that happen when the stone of divorce is dropped into a marriage where there are children.
—Nils Peterson, Poetry Professor Emeritus, San Jose State University and Poet Laureate, Santa Clara County, California
I now think poetry has more capacity to change people than psychotherapy. This is a book that could be given to someone going through a divorce—preferably by a friend.
—Sean Haldane, poet and clinical neuro-psychologist, nominee for the post of Professor of Poetry at Oxford
“There was no Saxon word for separation,” Kevin Arnold writes. So he gives us his own words, poems rendered with honesty and compassion around separation, a divorce, and finally that healing that can come.”
—Sally Ashton, Editor, DMQ Review, and author of Some Odd Afternoon and Her Name is Juanita