Coming Together: Portrait of a Family

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 229 pages
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I began writing this collection soon after publishing Emotions. From memory, I have always been fascinated with the moon and remember using my favorite Uncle's World War II binoculars, staring at the moon with wonder and delight. During a conversation with the dear friend from, "In Praise of Southern Girls," she suggested the name, Moon Stages. In truth, our lives change with the seasons but ever so subtly with the more frequent changes of the moon. These poems come from a healed, thankful heart. They pay tribute to friendship, to finding again those from my past, they offer up a thanksgiving for blessings and sing a song to new love. Preview readings from portions of this work have garnered each time the comment, "Can't wait to read this collection!"

 

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Contents

1790 The Arrival
1
1828 Coming to Northwest Ohio
17
The 1830s Settlers
39
The LausePohlman Connection
53
Joseph Kunz
80
Children of the River
93
Deflora Kunz reading
109
Our Mother Viola Lause
111
Frederick Kunz age 2
123
Frederick Kunz with automobile
128
Suggested Readings
135
Resume of Frederick John Kunz
151
Index
223
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