Here's an excerpt from the first review of Breath Control, by Toni Clark, on Goodreads:
"The poems in Breath Control are multilayered and complex. A poem titled "Shrubs for the Northern Garden" (one of my favorites) is about flowering plants that you can (forsythia, lilac) and cannot (azaleas, dogwood) have in the north. But it's really about a woman having to face the facts and come to terms with her father's fading memory....These poems are deep and deeply moving. Sometimes terrifying. And brutally honest."