Walking Through the Watermelon Patch

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AuthorHouse, Jun 4, 2007 - Poetry - 132 pages
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After reading “Walking Through The Watermelon Patch”, it is my hope that you were able to find comfort in the poetic stories, a warm remembrance of past loves, a dream of new love, a hope for solutions to some problem you may have, a laugh at a quirky poem or just plain found enjoyment in the words.


By no means should this book be taken as gospel to life’s situations, but rather an outward, inward look at oneself, sparking the ability to decipher what is best for one's needs at that very moment.


The Note Pages are for things and ideas you may want to remember, to contemplate or to question at a later time.  The Thought Pages are for your reflections and visions, aspirations to be consulted at a later time.


These are the wishes, hopes and dreams for a better you.


If by some reason you happen to start with this summary—it is the place where you are to be at that moment.   “Watermelon Patch” has no index, just open the book and start to read.  It is the moment of time and need of purpose where you the reader have been guided. 


Finally, pass along this “journal” of You (wisdom, attitude, guidance) to someone special; children, grandchildren, it is a wonderful legacy for those who shall follow in your footsteps.  It may be a perfect opportunity to “impart and share knowledge that sometimes does not want to be heard!”


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