"In times of great trouble, great dreams come."
Jane has spent years trying to forget such dreams. Her dreams are not pleasant; yet beautiful in their way. When such dreams keep coming, she decides it is time to pay attention to the dance she in which she finds herself.
Each dream is heralded by the image of a white bird, symbolic of the dissociative state resorted to by many victims of abuse.
These brief stories are poetic interpretations of some of life's worst moments, tracing a heroic journey while revealing the arts of the warrior.
Note: this book contains MATURE CONTENT incluidng realistic depictions of abuse. It is intended for adults only.
About the Author
Kaimana Wolff, novelist, poet and playwright, survives in a small community on the coast of British Columbia with her friend, a beautiful soul housed in a wolfish body. Often Lord Tyee and Wolff can be heard devising new howls, songs and dances on the lawns, in the parks, and in glens of the great forests still permitted to stand.
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