Nature, As One Sees It: Poems

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AuthorHouse, Dec 1, 2002 - Poetry - 136 pages
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The poems in this collection were written in reflection. They portray the author's deepest emotions about "what living will surely do." She began writing them at a time in life when she felt as if she were "coming into her own." Moving to central Illinois with her husband, she decided to do something other than teaching and began work in a greenhouse. That's when she discovered the true blend in her personality. Mother's affinity with plants, Dad's sales ability, and their joy of meeting people.

The city of Springfield proved to be a beautiful place to live, the history of it, intriguing. Happiness and contentment brought creativity to the surface and she began the "Emotions" collection. She continues to write, often adding to a new collection, telling others that they may just end up a poem!

Read, relate, laugh, cry, and remember your own.

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