www.wordtechweb.com/roberts-young.htmlThe poems in Made and Remade respond to William Paley’s book, Natural Theology, published in 1802. Famous for his analogy, “suppose I had found a watch upon the ground . . . the inference we think is inevitable, that the watch must have had a maker . . . .,” the book presents Paley’s case for creation by design, based on the intricacies of eye, ear, and other parts of the body and of nature. The poems move in many directions from Paley’s writing, reflecting on how much has changed in 200 years.
WordTech Editions, 2014.
England, Paris, Greece, Rome . . . Evacuation from Egypt was the pivot point of a two-year adventure in my childhood that shaped the person I became.
The poems in TRANSPORTED describe and reflect on that experience.
TRANSPORTED is just out from Finishing Line Press.