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Poetry Miscellany 01

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Poetry Miscellany 01 is a collection of diverse poems that covers a wide range of topics and emotions. The poems are both thought-provoking and heartwarming, with a good mix of styles and voices. Some poems are short and impactful, while others are longer and more contemplative. The poems in this collection are skillfully crafted and demonstrate a strong command of language and imagery.

One of the strengths of this collection is its ability to evoke a variety of emotions in the reader. From joy and love to sadness and loss, each poem has a unique way of connecting with the reader on a personal level. The themes explored in the poems are also wide-ranging, touching on topics such as nature, relationships, and existential questions.

Overall, Poetry Miscellany 01 is a delightful collection that is sure to resonate with poetry lovers of all tastes. It is a testament to the power of words to inspire, comfort, and provoke introspection. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a thought-provoking and beautifully written collection of poems.

Book Description:

As we get older, many of us return to youthful memories of poems once significant to us. Outside their association with our youth, we may wonder what significance they have to us now. There were other poems we’ve met along the way as well: some held no appeal while others were forgotten. And there were others we never had the opportunity to meet.

This selection hopes to go beyond the experience of meeting old friends and on top opening the door to new ones —poems that might relate more significantly to our current lives. Originally titled “Personal Poems for Later Years,” this collection gestures towards poems that ask us to slow down some we can consider them more deeply than before —no matter our age.

Each time we read a good poem it brings with it a different meaning. Meeting a poem with an open ear, be it old friend or new, we can find its deeper significance. (Introduction by Alan Davis Drake)

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