Emotions Personified 2nd Edition [NOOK Book]

Overview

Bringing Emotions to Life
This collection of poetry and prose takes a journey inside the author’s deepest emotions and feelings.

An open window to the soul of the writer, Emotions Personified is a collection of poems and prose that spans over 20 years of the authors life. Each poem is a snapshot in verse of the thoughts and feelings experienced by the writer.

In this eclectic collection of verse the dominating...

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Emotions Personified 2nd Edition

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Overview

Bringing Emotions to Life
This collection of poetry and prose takes a journey inside the author’s deepest emotions and feelings.

An open window to the soul of the writer, Emotions Personified is a collection of poems and prose that spans over 20 years of the authors life. Each poem is a snapshot in verse of the thoughts and feelings experienced by the writer.

In this eclectic collection of verse the dominating emotion depicted in this book is love. “Breakup” describes the reflective what went wrong of love lost to the fear of moving to fast in “Crossing the line”.

Controversial subjects such as suicide are personified in the poem “Confession of Conscience” and Armageddon in the passage “Tribulation”.

Lisa M. Evans' poetry has been featured in the International Library of Poetry’s compilations Eternal Portraits, Who’s Who in Poetry.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044377264
  • Publisher: Lisa M. Evans
  • Publication date: 3/11/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 114 KB

Meet the Author

Lisa M Evans has been writing short stories and poems since the age of six. Lisa is currently earned her Masters degree in psychology from Cleveland State University. Lisa has published three titles: Transforming a Pear into an Hourglass: A Journey from Fat to Fit, Transforming a Pear Diary, and Emotions Personified. Emotions Personified 2nd Edition is being released as an E Book,and Lisa’s fourth title: Rich Man’s Song, a children’s book, is scheduled to be released 2014. Lisa started Marquise Publishing February 2003 to fulfill a lifelong dream to be a published author.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 18, 2013

    The poems in this book are simplistic but poignant, they illustr

    The poems in this book are simplistic but poignant, they illustrate a very vulnerable side of the author. This is a good read

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