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By: Elissa Rubenstein

Under The Eaves And Arbors

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What a wagon trainWhat a long bus rideFrom East Coast to WestOr was it reversed side to sideI drove it and rode itAnd hitchhiked it tooJust to see cornflowersWheat and sky so blue.The themes of nature and travel echo through Under the Eaves and Arbors, the debut collection of poetry by Elissa Rubenstein. Throughout the anthology, she explores the way in which journeys create memories, which are recalled with vivid imagery.A varied and personal collection by an exciting new talent, perfect for curling up with and getting lost in.

Elissa Rubenstein is founder of Environmental Relief Organisation – a charity – Monarch Butterfly Land Saving Society, saving Earth from encroaching deserts and helping all life there.

She also runs Standing Our Ground, a social equity charity, dedicated to bringing about social justice and soothing historic and modern injustices that still hurt the Earth psyche today.

 She lives in Los Angeles, California, where she works environmentally from her back yard.  

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