The Woman With An Owl Tattoo by Anne Walsh Donnelly
Walsh Donnelly pens a wonderful collection of poetry in The Woman With An Owl Tattoo. Each one is a remarkably written poem, from deep within the poet herself. The order of the poetry makes sense and is probably intentional as the life of the poet grows, and changes, along with self-reflections. This poet has a way with words and sharing deep emotions. I was especially taken with the poem entitled Someone to Watch over Me. The collection of poetry also tells a story, a story about the steps of reflection, and then coming out. I look forward to reading more by this poet, and I applaud the poet's sharing of deep emotions and feelings within herself.