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These poems mix together a sense of joy and a sense of mortality. They describe who we are: human beings born with a defined stretch of life before us who are also always urged to find a life-sustaining joy in the creation that surrounds us: in the darkness that paradoxically illumines our days, in the animals that so lavishly populate our world, and in all the people - relatives, friends, and strangers - who give us love and sustain our faith. The collection is anchored by six poems, one at the end of each section, which together form their own story.
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About the Author
William J. Rewak, S.J., is a former president of both Santa Clara University in Santa Clara, California, and Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama. He is currently Chancellor of Santa Clara. His previous book of poetry is The Right Taxi.