Suzanne S. Rancourt's second book of poetry uses both fictional and auto-biographical events to create a chorus of survivors. These poems for the unspeakable, the marginalized, the "in-betweeners," create a chorus of survivors in the theatre of life's sorrow, love, tragedy, beauty, and profound human resiliency.
Rancourt's life attests to being a survivor, and states, "Prejudice is non-discriminatory." murmurs at the gate, is a poetic narrative that explores the harsh measures of life's wars. "If we are at war with everything, who are the Warriors? Who are the survivors? And, for how long does the war cry reverberate?" Marine and Army veteran, and multi-modal artist, Ms. Rancourt brings to the reader her rich and diverse metaphors inspired by rural mountain living and Native American culture. Ms. Rancourt honors all her ancestors in this astounding book where every murmur could be your own.