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To Travel Without a Map: Poems
     

To Travel Without a Map: Poems

by Mr. K. A. Brace
 
Life for us takes place in a world and whirl full of knowns and unknowns, answers and mysteries, beliefs and doubts, myths and rumors, the mundane and the days of storm. Each of us experiences in our way the same things --we love, we fear, we hope, we dream, we face tragedy and personal defeat, we discover joy and fulfillment. Through it all we find that life is a

Overview

Life for us takes place in a world and whirl full of knowns and unknowns, answers and mysteries, beliefs and doubts, myths and rumors, the mundane and the days of storm. Each of us experiences in our way the same things --we love, we fear, we hope, we dream, we face tragedy and personal defeat, we discover joy and fulfillment. Through it all we find that life is a dance. It is, the author believes, what living is all about-trying to learn the steps to the dance. In this, K.A. Brace's first collection of poetry, To Travel Without a Map, he has tried to make some sense of those steps we must learn and to the dance.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781493643004
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
11/22/2013
Pages:
100
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.21(d)

Meet the Author

K. A. Brace is 61, lives in Nashville, Tennessee with his three dogs and four cats. He is a graduate of The State University of New York at Buffalo where he received both a Bachelor and Masters of Arts degree in English. While at the University he worked with Mac Hammond and Irving Feldman and won The Arthur Alxelrod Award for Poetry by an undergraduate. After graduating he entered the hospitality industry and did not write for the next 35 years during which time still considered himself to be as poet stating, "A poet is one who has written a poem and may never write another." Coinciding with his turning 60 he began writing again and is in the midst of finishing his seventh collection of poetry. He works assiduously for at least 10-12 hours 7 days a week at his writing. To Travel Without a Map will be his first publication of a book length collection. His style is eclectic and his interest in modern myths and the tiny filaments of our humanity that connects us to one another are the centerpieces of his work. His poems are always surprising both in their crafting and their messages. He considers himself a 'readers' poet.

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