Water Under the Bridge
Troubador Publishing Ltd, Jan 1, 2011 - 216 pages
The poems have been inspired by Mary's work, travels and experiences and some have won prizes in competitions – “To My Love” won 1st prize in the 2009 Annual Poetry Competition of The Lancashire Authors Association.Her book is split into ten categories, including Places, Nature, War and the Army, Dreams and Fantasy and Time. Together there are over 150 poems, all thought-provoking, that take an in-depth look at everyday subjects. “For then I saw the moon and stars ignite,and all creation burning with love's flame.”To My LoveMary takes inspiration from a range of poets including Sylvia Plath, Carol Ann Duffy and Wilfred Owen. Fans of poetry will find something to suit whatever mood they’re in with the varied range of topics and tone.
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