Noelle Vial's poetry is endowed with the gift of awareness. In a world where others ask her to "love them at the cost of her own happiness," Vial writes to liberate both the writer and the reader by bringing her poems to life's "rock bottom." True grit and pure emotion arm these poems in which Vial struggles for independence from the suffocating molds which, she writes, "even our words have imposed on us." The human experience and reclamation Vial celebrates in Promiscuous Winds, although painfully gained, exudes an energy rooted in the bones of survival.
Original title: Promiscuous Winds
Genre: Poetry→ Verse
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- Dedication: "To my mother"