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This week’s installment of Ten Questions features Nancy Krygowski, whose second poetry collection, The Woman in the Corner, is out today from the University of Pittsburgh The Woman in the Corner, Krygowski discovers grace in even the most trying of circumstances. In one poem, she tries to help a friend who fantasizes about suicide rekindle a sense of purpose. The Amaryllis symbolizes building harmony with self and others, on a personal level it signifies to proclaim your personal magic, the magic of your spirit and soul that makes you unique and beautiful. Give Amaryllis flower as a message of harmony and personal freedom. The joyful Daffodil flower sings the meaning of the glories of poetry in.
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