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Washing Off the Raccoon Eyes
What happens when we believe in something that isn't there? What happens when we doubt...
Arguments for Lawn Chairs
The poems in Arguments for Lawn Chairs take multiple positions. The poems in Arguments for...
Navy Blue
Broken hymns. Desperate prayers. Tales of first heroes. Stories of the street. The poems in...
In Footsteps on the Ceiling, Baila Ellenbogen explores the overlapping planes of existence her experience and intellectual curiosity have led her to inhabit, reliving childhood memories while questions of faith and domestic responsibilities collide. With a combination of personal, lyrical, and mystical images, the poet examines our ability to love and be loved, our longing to be heard, and the integrity of one voice rising among the many. Baila Ellenbogen holds a Master's Degree in Child and School Clinical Psychology from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Footsteps on the Ceiling is her first book.
Footsteps on the Ceiling

Beverly Ellenbogen
2010
Footsteps on the Ceiling
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