It Started with the Wild Horses (Paperback)
It Started with the Wild Horses is a book of poems about wildness and inspiration, love and memory, family and motherhood. This collection explores how our experiences and relationships become memory; how encountering the wilderness outside our doors shapes us; and how a sense of place tells us about who we are. Ingrid Keriotis's first collection of poetry is rich with the sense of being alive today in all its pain and joy. Readers travel from Greece to California, from the Sierra Nevada to the rivers of Washington, from adolescence to parenthood, from classroom to orchard, from grief to hope. Ultimately, through personal themes, we are taken into a world celebrating our common humanity.