lightly touch (solace)

a kissfrom the warming sun golden gleamshold the touchof dawn I standeyes closedand basking there is peacewithin the falling ray solace in the touchof light who can think . . . anything at such a moment a motor roaris streaming pasttoo close(about a million miles)but I can tune it out can tune mein can call … Continue reading lightly touch (solace)

singing (upon a star)

I standbeneath the deep blue nightgazing upat a star eye to eyeandone to one we watch each other it looks so smalland Iam all I am I am moreandI am nothingat all my star doesn’t carejustgoes on twinkling I feel awein voicesnow like a choirrising songto surround a star aboveand my headtaken overby singing I(eye-eye … Continue reading singing (upon a star)

Smorgasbord Posts from My Archives – Past Book Reviews 2020 Walk away silver heart: (A Love Poetry Trilogy Book 1) by Frank Prem

Kindle link to Walk Away Silver Heart

My Thanks To Sally Cronin over at the Smoragsbord Magazine for re-posting her wonderful review of Walk Away Silver Heart.

I am still amazed to recall how this and the other 2 books in the Love Poetry Trilogy came about – all at the same time, slipping from a phrase in one, to a phrase in the other and developing them as three manuscripts at the same time.

I thought it might be nice to pop in a link to some readings from Walk Away Silver Heart and the rest of the trilogy that are posted on YouTube, as a playlist.

The link is below. Thanks again, Sally.

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I have read some amazing books in the last twelve months and I would like to share them again with you, updated with the authors most recent releases and their biography.

Today my review from February 2020 for Frank Prem  – Walk away silver heart: Poetry inspired by the Amy Lowell poem ‘Madonna of the Evening Flowers’ (A Love Poetry Trilogy Book 1)

About the collection

All day long I have been working
Now I am tired.
I call: “Where are you?”
But there is only the oak tree rustling in the wind . . .
from Madonna of the Evening Flowers

Drawing on the phrasing of the early 20th Century Amy Lowell poem Madonna of the Evening Flowers (above) Frank Prem has produced a collection of personal and interpersonal love poems written, as always, in the unique style that allows every reader to relate.

Prem’s interpretations…

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Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – The Children’s Reading Room – New Release – #Dragons Janice Spina,- Reviews – #Turtles Cynthia S. Reyes and Lauren Reyes-Grange, #Bears Frank Prem

My thanks to Sally Cronin for her unflagging support of my work and the work of so many aspiring Indie Authors.

A visit to her Smorgasbord is always a treat/ I recommend it!


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Welcome to the new Children’s Reading Room with books for ages up to twelve years old.

Delighted to share the news of the recent release of Drystan the Dragon and Friends Series Book 4: Delfina Solves a Problem by Janice Spina.

About the book

This is a continuing fun series of adventures with Drystan the dragon and his friends. Follow Drystan and his friends as they meet a new dragon named Delfina. Her scales are many shades of purple and pink. She can solve any problem with just a blink. She may be small but is stronger than you think.

When the other dragons meet about a problem with another dragon called Drago who is a bully, Delfina comes to their rescue and promises to help them deal with the bully.
Read what happens when Delfina meets Drago.

An early review for the book

Michele Rolfe5.0 out of 5…

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