Sarah Gronostalski is building this website anew. We’re adding old work and some new. I came across this wonderful review of Satori by Eleanor Parker Sapia and had to share it. Here are the last two paragraphs. Follow the link https://bit.ly/2HM0bga for the full piece:
Youthful lust, raw living, the building of America, and Death Waits, “Death waits at the corner/an old woman for the light…” and from Honey Word of Jesus Christ, “…One Sunday, I grew Old. One Sunday I learned of the Man in Me…”.
Once you catch your breath after reading the last line, you will return to page one to savor the haunting rhythm of Jack Remick’s life and the men and women who taught him what he knows. I highly recommend Satori, poems!