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Airleaf, Jul 1, 2004 - Family & Relationships
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LifeStorm by Andy Tillo is a creative and imaginative testament to love and love lost. Andy opens his veins and bleeds his soul and spirit in the grand tradition of Frost and Poe. This book of poetry is about subjects dear to his heart and he leaves no doubt to his agonizing torment and unencumbered loss. For years, this author has managed to travel the highways and byways of the world and he shares many of these sights with his readers by placing his prints within the pages of his book. These prints can be also found on his website located at poem and prose piece is directed to the objects of his desire and security. All the while, Andy, subjects his own persona to critical scrutiny in a poetic purgatory. Melancholy and sad in some parts, yet with a sense of a glorious sun rising, just over the dark horizon, Andy Tillo takes his readers into a sensitive and articulate world of light and sensory intake.LifeStorm is a book of modern poetry for the 21st century reader. Poems like Stuck on Cloud #8, The Blue Shoe Mystery, and Did You Know I Watched You? Present new millennial concepts without sacrificing the charm of the Old World poet. It was once said, "Only a tortured soul could truly be a great artist, poet, or musician," Andy proves this true with LifeStorm.

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About the author (2004)

The author was born in Helena, Montana. After moving to Walla Walla, Washington, he graduated from Whitman College in 2001. Andy has traveled the world extensively and shares some of these wonderful and beautiful sites with his readers by placing prints of his photos within the pages of LifeStorm.

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