Poetry Beside Rippling Waters
A collection of poetry written over the course of a few years. Along the theme of God and husband, this poetry attempts to describe the conflict between religious vocation and traditional marriage. Although "modern" and "gothic" are usually two words that do not mix well, the author weaves both together. The emotional undertone is that of a heart breaking, crying out for mending, and the mending of it. Poetry Beside Rippling Waters answers the tormented question of unrequited love, comforts the reader like a mother rocking her child, and allows one to hear the voice of God. The poetry combines romantic love with nature, as is typical of the author.