Bacon for Breakfast

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Vantage Press, Inc, Jul 29, 2008 - Poetry - 38 pages
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Bacon for Breakfast is a collection of creative and straightforward verse presenting the poet's musings on ageing, nature, death and dying, and life and how to better live it. From reflections on life in a retirement home to meditations on midsummer magic and scars that hold stories, all who read the work of Hamden Lewis will appreciate her honest and humorous look at life.

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About the author (2008)

Hamden Lewis was born in Pennsylvania, but grew up in Connecticut where she earned her B.A. at Connecticut College. She spent much of her working years as an Administrator of Plastic Surgery Services at a university hospital and a horticulturist. Now retired, Ms. Lewis enjoys gardening, reading mysteries, long walks, and stencil work. This is the author's first published collection of her work. She now resides in Michigan.

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