Unsaid Words of My Life

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Isaias Doleo Ochoa, 2009 - Poetry - 54 pages
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This work is a collection of Isaias Doleo's amazing and encouraging poems. We could not do justice to the book with only these words. Worth reading this work full of joy and wisdom in order to know more about the purpose of the writer's words and ideas. Isaias' poems are particularly short; nonetheless they all serve as complete thoughts unto themselves. In a society where most people struggle mentally battered by all sorts of information, bad news, and pressure, it is rare to expect true hope from others. However, Unsaid Words of My Life will take you on a world full of love with faith and hope since it is very inspiring and touching. Do not miss the opportunity of reading this book because its poetry will touch your heart and soul in a very special way that you will never get tired of reading Isaias' poems several times.
  

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Contents

Sweet Creation
Unsaid Words
Love History
Just Be Glad
Love and Life
Wonderful Hope
Joys Gift
Marriage
Tonight
Purpose
Without You
Say It Again
My Need
Still Remember
Creation of the Beauty
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Isaias Doleo Ochoa is a poet, editor, and teacher whose poetry has widely been influenced by William Blake, Robert Louis Stevenson, Robert Burns, Rubén Darío, and Pablo Neruda. He holds a B.A. from the University of Costa Rica, where he majored in Spanish Studies. He has been writing for most of his life and has achieved success as an editor, as well as a poet. His English-Spanish and bilingual poems have appeared in a variety of literary publications. Mr. Doleo-Ochoa currently lives and writes in a small town in Costa Rica, where he splits his time among being an editor for a local magazine, teaching Spanish to foreigners, and writing poetry. Visit IsaiasDoleo.com to keep up to date with details of his poetry and upcoming projects, read his blog or contact him with your questions. You can also follow Isaias on Facebook, MySpace, and Twitter.

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