Little "White" Lies
by Celine Leduc
A series of poems written in prose that is at times rhythmic other times not. Little “white” lies, the book is about love of truth and love of self. I need to look at myself in the mirror so I must see who I am realistically. Some poems are harsh, such as: What color is the Devil? The poem discusses the color of the Devil and the color of God. What color do you think the devil is? It is a harsh look at the consequences of some actions taken; it is not about one race it is about the idea of being white, pure and unblemished.
The Bridge is an event of 1990 when the People of the Pines wanted to preserve their ancestral land and cemetery, and the Bridge was blocked to save lives.
Polygamy is a series that gives women who have gone through and left polygamy a voice; it speaks of their inner struggle. It is a look at some of the women in the Bible who have lived in a polygamous marriage such as Sarah/Hagar or Leah/Rachel and some women in Canada that were in illicit polygamous relationships. It is not about religions it is about giving a voice to women and their unique perception and their pain.
What was and is the oldest profession? Is it really prostitution? Prostitutes and prostitution are part of biblical stories yet do we find modern counterpart? It is a very different look at the term; it speaks of women who made a difference regardless of the label.
- Celine Leduc, March 2013
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