Pieces of the Heart

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AuthorHouse, May 29, 2008 - Literary Collections - 128 pages
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Emotions. Life. The saying goes that the eyes are the windows to your soul. Given that to be true, then I submit that life's experiences are the lifeline to the heart. For every experience, there is a new piece added to the heart. With each new experience, comes an emotion. Many come with emotions. Many emotions are new, many are somewhat the same,yet independent of themselves. Each also carries varying degrees at which each emotion is felt...each experience a piece, of varying size, of the heart.

And it's the culmination of those experiences that make up our heart. Which emotions do we feel strongest? Which emotions seem to control us? Which emotions make us weak. We all experience differently, create differently, and envision differently. We all have varying degrees of emotions, through our experiences and through our creativity and visions.

This collection of experiences will take the reader into a past of memories, triggering thoughts and maybe a smile or two. This collection may take the reader into a present thought process, triggering experiences that readers may be encountering now. Finally, this collection will take the reader deep into thought about their visions of the future. This is a feel good collection of poems that will set the reader at ease, yet will delve into some deep emotions.

Enjoy!

 

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About the author (2008)

Mike Haszto

Long Island NY native (hometown: Islip)

Now resides in North Ridgeville, Ohio

Writer/poet.

First book published, “Of Dampness and Dreams” is book of poetry generally based on life's experiences through the eyes of two unnamed characters. Second book of poetry “Pieces Of The Heart”, (First book with AuthorHouse) is a collection of life's experiences depicting detailed emotions.

First novel, “Radio Free Mickey” is almost complete as well. It is the story of a mom and pop radio station owner, one of the last of its kind in the industry.

Avid fan of baseball, hockey, soccer. Hobbies include the radio industry.

Still plays hockey and indoor soccer in adult leagues.

Local high school hockey coach, youth hockey coach 17 years.

Parrothead disciple.

Favorite quote on writing...

“Anyone can write, but not many can express. The challenge of poetry is in creating the vision, then finding the right words to express it. I have written for over thirty years and find this to be the most challenging form of communication, and yet the most satisfying.”

-Mike Haszto

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