A Brighter Discontent

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Trafford Publishing, May 1, 2012 - Poetry - 92 pages
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A brighter discontent, I have on sunless days, When the questions pile up And rainbows bathe in grays . . . On a journey through memories, dreams, and wonderings, Anna Kristina Schultz leaves a trail of poetic thought that celebrates and questions the existence of normalcy. Using a variety of poetic styles and techniques, her honest and unique perspective awakens you to see and not just look, to hear and not just listen, to know and not just assume . . . In amassing dissonance, I write from rhyme to rhyme, As the poetry falls Through the cracks of time.

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Anna Kristina Schultz is a poetry writer and reader, the author of Blue Ink and Epiphany Poetry, winner of several writing and public speaking awards, a hopeless lover of long walks and traveling, who finds delight in exploring and sharing poetic verse as a way to create beauty and awaken wonderment. She is currently pursuing a career in elementary education in Alberta, Canada.

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