When Daylight Trickles contemplates the relationship between natural light and radical consciousness. This collection of poems encourages the raw power and autonomy of sunlight to challenge our capacity to feel and exist in a world drowning in disillusionment. When Daylight Trickles rediscovers simplicity, the beauty in our complexity, and the time and colors that fully surround everything else in between. While hope becomes more and more distant in our unraveling world, the words in this book dare to prove that with the perspective of daylight, the divine possibilities of the human imagination remain endless.
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