Quiet Reflections

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AuthorHouse, Oct 20, 2008 - Poetry - 52 pages
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Walking alone down a sun dappled country road with only the sound of my feet on the hard packed dirt surface gave me glimpses of moments veiled in clouded mystery.  Perhaps these were only the nudging memories from some genetic bank deep inside my brain and perhaps they were images from  past lives of mine.  Whatever the source they begged to be written in the form that they took.  Poetry best expressed these thoughts and these memories for me.  Then as these word pictures began to flow almost without effort onto the written page I felt a need to collect them for myself and my friends and family into a published work.

Quiet Reflections is the culmination of two years of inspired joy in a  newly found creative endeavor.  I hope you find while reading these poems, some spark of a past memory that brings the same kind of enlightenment and joy to your life as these words have brought to me in writing them.

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About the author (2008)

From building castles in the sand as a girl to building images in your mind with words as an adult, Sheila MacGregor's first published book of poetry, Quiet Reflections, is an offering of the memories that filled her life then and now pass into your hands and hopefully into your hearts.  Living in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, North Carolina, and having recently traveled throughout the United Kingdom, Sheila has a storehouse of experiences that will no doubt become stories of intrigue and suspense in the projects to follow this. 

"Step into the pages of Sheila MacGregor's book of poetry and let your spirit be transported to places of quiet reflection." 
-Janice Livingston, Editor, Lenoir, North Carolina-

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