Tapestry A lifetime is represented in this collection of poetry. From early in 1965 we are taken through a lifetime of experiences. Pete Fraser's poetry speaks to you about birth and death, about finding and losing love, and finally the coping with the tragedies of war. A veteran of combat in Vietnam, which was the subject of his first book, Vietnam and Other Heartaches, the author explores the broader emotions of life in this collection. These many diverse experiences he has found along life's journey are shared with you. It is a collection you will read over and over as it evokes emotions and responses that we all share. Hopefully it will expand your understanding of experiences by giving you a different perspective and broadening your understanding of those experiences, for these are the threads he speaks of that form the tapestry of our lives.
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