“I Can’t Even Talk About It” expresses the world’s anguish about Assad’s brutal use of chemical warfare in Syria.
“Women and Children” was written in response to the global plight of families who are seeking immigration.
“Dust on the Tongue” begs the question, When Will We Stop the Tragedy of Aleppo?
“What I Tell Children” considers the legacy of Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Elie Wiesel.
“The Color of Bone” describes the scene of a Syrian hospital hit by cluster bombs.
“Questioned” is written from the perspective of the mother of a young rape victim.
“A War for More” – a poem written by Anne McCrady in response to the April 2015 riots in Baltimore, Maryland.