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AuthorHouse, Nov 24, 2004 - Poetry - 72 pages
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“I Kiss the Moon” talks to the heart.  Throughout the collection, the author confronts ever-changing life, the sad and the sweet, while leaving the reader with shades of hope upon her pages.  The emotion and passion of each piece invites the reader into a place of wonderment, reflection and appreciation for the simplicities in a life where excess has slowly become the norm.


"There is no doubt that these poems are sincere and heartfelt; this poet isn''t afraid of becoming vulnerable."

T. Richard Williams

Poet, author of David By The Sea, 21, Unshaven


"Bravo!! L.P. Chase. My visual of the author''s writing is like peering through, and moving between two windows.  One is a frame surrounded by the scorching flame of sadness and its subsequent pain.  The other, panes framed by frost bitten introspection and subsequent perceptual gain.  Bravo!!"

Prof. James W. Banks, R-CSW

Dr. Love Millennium/Poetry Team Advisor

Coordinator of Multicultural Affairs, Suffolk County Community College


“A fresh and pleasant addition to the poetry genre.  Chase''s imagery has been created with the human condition in mind.  A very humble and satisfying read.”


Krissy Brady, Editor

Brady Magazine


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About the author (2004)

L.P. Chase can be described as a passionate, energetic and multifaceted person.  She writes with an uncompromising love of expression and engages, not only the seasoned poet, but the casual reader, taking them on a journey which allows them to re-visit life’s simplest moments and view them from a different perspective.  L.P. Chase believes “the poetic meaning of her words lies within each reader and the depth to which her voice touches them”.


She has been writing poetry for twenty years earning several poetic awards and is a member of both the Poetry Society of America and the Academy of American Poets.  She is presently working towards her M.S.W. and resides in Smithtown, New York with her family.

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