Echoes: A Collection of Free Verse Poems

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - Literary Collections - 112 pages
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Collecting memories is inevitable. As human beings, each one of us goes through life experiencing events, feelings, and sometimes tragedies. Some of the poems in this collection express the emotion felt at such times by the author. Some pieces convey whimsy and fun, whereas others travel to mundane places, such as garage sales, childhood memories, scary nights, and days gone by. Altogether this collection offers the reader time to unwind and enjoy.

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Rebeca Frees was born in Torreón, Coahuila, México. She emigrated To The United States at age twelve and wrote her first poem in English at fifteen. She wrote her second poem twenty-three years later while attending an adult learning center in Schertz, Texas. One of her ESL teachers suggested that she write poetry. She has not stopped since. During her academic period, As a woman returning to higher education, she was published three consecutive years in the Belles Lettres, a college literary magazine. She has also been published in the 2008 Dreamcatcher poetry anthology in San Antonio, Texas. She is an active member of the writer's group Unlimited Horizons. She holds a B.A. In Elementary Education, with certification in Bilingual Education and ESL, An M.A. In Bicultural Studies, and an M.S. In Education. She resides in Universal City, Texas

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