By Morgan Liphart (Law'18)
(Liphart LLC, 44 pages; 2021)
Stunningly designed and heartbreakingly powerful. Liphart builds a world where anything can be healed and hope is a force that never lets go.
Barefoot and Running invites readers to embark on a healing journey of poetry. It unfolds in its hands a promise of a softer world.
Through her lyrical and vivid style, Liphart sweeps readers up into a collection of poems that are equally beautiful and heartbreaking, both powerful and remarkably tender.
This chapbook has earned its place on the bookshelves of poetry lovers everywhere, where it can be a beacon of hope gently guiding readers back to themselves. It serves as a tender reminder that everything you need is already inside of you and you can always, always, always begin again.
About the Author:
Morgan Liphart's contemporary poetry has appeared in anthologies and journals across the world, such as the University of Oxford's Literary Imagination, The Comstock Review, and Third Wednesday. Her work reflects on experiences and circumstances that she believes can connect us all, no matter our differences. Her debut poetry chapbook, Barefoot and Running, was written while attending law school in the foothills of Boulder, Colorado.