Dancing in the Moonlight

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AuthorHouse, Mar 1, 2007 - Poetry - 172 pages
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This is her third book of adult poetry contains a variety of poems that show her emotions and outlook on life being both sad and happy, and there are also many poems that portray her sense of humour and her imagination through a variety of short stories told in rhyme. There is a poem for everyone to enjoy and be moved by including a selection on Chinese astrology and the meaning of colours, through many of these poems pat portrays her love of life and God!

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About the author (2007)

Born in Derbyshire, England, the daughter of a coalminer, Pat was raised the only girl with six brothers. She was a widowed mother by her 18th birthday, and then later married a childhood school friend Tony. Now married over 46years they have three children, a large family of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Before retiring they owned and run a family hotel in Scarborough, where Pat became a spiritual healer for the local church and this is where she first got her inspirations for writing poetry.  She has already had two books of poetry published, her first book The Backdoor of Heaven is a collection of Spiritual poetry that portrays her love and belief in God and the afterlife, her second book There's Something in the Parlour! Contains a lot of poems based on Pat's childhood growing up in a mining community all the hardships and the comradeship of the people within the mining communities, her sense of humour and her outlook in life is very well portrayed in this book. This Dancing in the Moonlight her third book also contains a variety of poems that show her emotions and outlook on life being both sad and happy, and there are also many poems that portray her imagination, sense of humour and wit. Pat as also written two children’s poetry books of complete stories that she told to amuse her grandchildren. Pat is now working on a third book for children and a fourth book of adult poetry.

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