What Difference Does It Make

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AuthorHouse, 2001 - Fiction - 140 pages

At some point there is benefit to stop simply observing life and start writing about it. Andrea Zysk has always viewed life as a series of images captured as surely by our memories and imaginations as by paint, photo, or prose. In discovering poetry she saw a way to transfer her own mental images onto the page; considering that poetry is, after, all a story painted with the medium of words.

In this, her first book, she offers her own unique slant on life, ranging from the philosphical to the erotic and everywhere inbetween. The hope exists that within these pages the reader will make a connection with the hidden images of his or her own life.

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