Monday, April 2, 2012
That has happened here, and I am deeply moved. At Two Heads Together Susan writes of her response to You Are My Only, a quiet and yet still controversial book that will always mean the world to me.
Her words mean the world.
She writes, in part, this. The rest can be found here.
I read the stories of Sophie and Emmy, one beautiful word at a time, savoring the words and images evoked by the poetry Beth Kephart brings to us. Eager to turn the page but yet reluctant to let it go, I read on into the night knowing I needed sleep. How can I turn out the light when Emmy and Sophie yearn for what they can’t have? How can I leave them when they are trapped and alone?