and i think to myself
June Mitchell's and i think to myself is a virtual autobiography in verse, spanning the poet's long, eventful life from birth to contemplation of a not-quite-so imminent death. Along the way, there are poems that evoke the exhilaration of childhood and first love, friendship and comfort, poems of loss and discovery, joy and grief - even the occasional political rant. As Socrates observed "the unexamined life is not worth living." Mitchell holds a wide array of facets of her own life up to the light, and finds it very much worth living - and celebrating.
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