Jaimie E. Miller’s love of language shines through brilliantly in her debut collection of poetry. She considers herself “The People’s Poet,” writing about the true human conditions; life, love, pain, forgiveness, death, and hope. Jaimie’s poetry fearlessly explores the emotional heart while remaining true to her foundation of realism. Whether delving into heartbreak and loss in such works as “Address in the Stars,” personal strength in “Enough,” or passion in “When You Look At Me Like That,” she displays an understanding bound to enrich your own personal adventures.More info →
Sometimes the voices of the past are like ghosts in your future. Always waiting in the shadows to see you again. This collection of poems focuses those ghosts, and invites them to tell their story. Good, bad, neutral, or nonsensical, each will have its turn to ask, "what do you remember? Where do you go from here?"
The images I can still see,
they chatter from their pages,
in conversation filigrees,
of gold that glittered from your hands,
when you held them out to me.