Deborah L. Kelly
Glass Houses is about the underbelly, the darkness of society, with threads of light woven throughout its fabric. It poetically portrays the stealth of darkness: slowly, insidiously beginning its rise to prophecy. Glass Houses brings to light all those things society frantically sweeps under the collective carpet, until one with courage jumps on the dust and bares the dark side of humanity’s Truth.
Deborah Kelly has been writing poetry for more than 40 years. Having
found poetry in her teenage years, she discovered it helped her to cope
with the conditions around her during her youth. Over the years, Deborah
has written upwards of a thousand works, and began to recite and experience
other aspects of the wonderful and healing world of poetry in 2010. Ms
Kelly is the author of 5 published books of poetry, and one Chapbook;
both in Canada and Internationally; she always enjoys a new challenge.
An award winning poet and short story writer, she lives in the beautiful
forests, edging on the Land of the Midnight Sun, in Prince George, BC.
It is here Deborah spends her time writing, gardening, and breathing in
the delights of her beautiful grandchildren. Glass Houses is
her sixth book of poetry.