About the Book
Greg Karpain is a California poet residing in Santa Barbara. His poetry is suffused with the peace and renewal found through nature, both in the dry Santa Barbara back country and the enormous red desert vistas of the Colorado Plateau. In "The Grace of How Things Look, Fallen", he speaks quietly of mature love as it blooms past sixty, family, and passings, with a pinch of joy, scattered here and there. In this collection of award-winning poetry, you will find a silent resonance and rediscover, perhaps, the grace of how things do look, fallen.