Dancing in the Moonlight

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This is her third book of adult poetry contains a variety of poems that show her emotions and outlook on life being both sad and happy, and there are also many poems that portray her sense of humour and her imagination through a variety of short stories told in rhyme. There is a poem for everyone to enjoy and be moved by including a selection on Chinese astrology and the meaning of colours, through many of these poems pat portrays her love of life and God!
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Overview

This is her third book of adult poetry contains a variety of poems that show her emotions and outlook on life being both sad and happy, and there are also many poems that portray her sense of humour and her imagination through a variety of short stories told in rhyme. There is a poem for everyone to enjoy and be moved by including a selection on Chinese astrology and the meaning of colours, through many of these poems pat portrays her love of life and God!
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  • ISBN-13: 9781425987299
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 2/28/2007
  • Pages: 172
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.40 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2007

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    ***** 5 stars ¿Dancing in the Moonlight¿ was a lovely poetry book that had poems from the authors childhood, poems of Chinese astrology that were very educational, spiritual poems and poems that showed her love for her Mum and those in her family. I enjoyed all of this poet¿s poems but especially liked, ¿Ghosts and Spirits,¿ ¿Life as a Tree,¿ ¿A Lake of Love, ¿¿A Woman Sat, ¿¿Another Woman Stood,¿ and ¿My Dog Jock¿. The author writes well in both fantasy and reality poems. Her spiritual faith I felt as I read her collection within this book. I highly recommend to anyone. All of her poems are well written and bring joy to the reader. Christina R Jussaume -- The Published Author of ¿My Walk with Jesus¿ published by PublishAmerica

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2007

    Dancing to her own tune...

    Patricia Ann takes us out out to dance to her own tune. She brings us into a world of joy and laughter and truths that can make one cry. In the poem 'A Little Street Waif' she touches the hearts of parents in her heartfelt poem on child abuse. Pat fights drugs with poetry, done in style. She gives us insight into ourselves through Chinese astrology. There is something for everyone in this well thought out book. Buy it and enjoy it. I have done just that. Daveda Gruber

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