The Pursuit Of Happiness: a collection of poems

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YoniArt, Aug 18, 2015 - Poetry - 100 pages

Published in August of 2015, Yoni Schwartzman’s “The Pursuit of Happiness” contains a dazzling array of poems spanning from the writer’s early formative years (2009-2013) which include A Meaningful Journey and An Idea to his more recent works (2014-2015) such as Morning Rising and Something New. During a span of over 5 years, Yoni not only blossomed into a writer, but as an artist as well. His most prominent works in lighting are his Stained Tree, Hand Lamp, Yogurt Cup Chandelier, and Desk Lamp. His most notable works in clay are Fang, Stained Tree Base, and Dotted Bowl. Yoni Schwartzman is also a veteran photographer who mainly focuses on scenery and nature. This book encompasses his passion for creativity, love of photography, and veneration for the power of language. 

 

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Contents

Section 1
11
Section 2
17
Section 3
17
Section 4
28
Section 5
41
Section 6
43
Section 7
45
Section 8
52
Section 9
63
Section 10
64
Section 11
70

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Yoni Schwartzman is an accomplished poet, writer, and author and has published two books to date. His most recent, published in November, 2017, is “Stones, Seas, and Memories”. This book is the second installment in a series of his collective literature's since publishing his first book, “The Pursuit Of Happiness”, in 2015. Yoni Schwartzman is also a gifted lamp artist and sculptor. His most recent creations include “Beauty Of Green” and “Sea Glass Alight”. Schwartzman is a veteran photographer and has been published in the newspaper, The Jewish Link, and has over nine years of experience in the field. In his formative years, Yoni Schwartzman filmed and directed numerous stop-motion animation films as a part of a series by MANschwartz Productions. He is also a pianist and avid lover of nature.

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