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A Walk And Imagine

A Walk And Imagine

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by Susan Schoeffield
     
 
As the artist uses brushes, the poet uses words. The seemingly random poems contained in this collection are connected by a common thread. All of them speak to a part of my life, be it as a writer, a soulmate or a seeker. Together, they create the image of who I am and how I got here. These reflections come to life as my personal portrait, painted by loving hands

Overview

As the artist uses brushes, the poet uses words. The seemingly random poems contained in this collection are connected by a common thread. All of them speak to a part of my life, be it as a writer, a soulmate or a seeker. Together, they create the image of who I am and how I got here. These reflections come to life as my personal portrait, painted by loving hands with words.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011092657
Publisher:
Susan Schoeffield
Publication date:
08/24/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
92 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Susan Schoeffield was previously Managing Editor of The Poetry Hut, a quarterly, online poetry magazine and Administrator of two poetry prompt blogs. Other obligations made it impossible to continue in all of those roles and The Poetry Hut and related projects were discontinued. Prior to her detour down other, creative avenues, Susan published her first novel, Tarnished Idols, A Silver Screen Murder Mystery, and her first collection of poetry, A Walk and Imagine, both available at Smashwords. She has dabbled in website building and podcasting, but her heart has never forgotten her one, true passion: the art of words. With the publication of Haiku Harbor, Susan has returned to her favorite place, the computer keyboard, to continue projects that had been put on the back burner for way too long: the compilation of her second poetry collection, And Autumn Remembers, the second novel in the Silver Screen Murder Mystery series, Reel Madness, and her first children’s book, The Basset Goes To Boston. Also in the works is the first book in a new series called, Distilled Demons, A Speakeasy Mystery. She is thrilled to be back where she belongs. Nothing is more rewarding than lighting the fire that drives the soul.

Susan’s new, personal website is called "Susan Writes Left" (http://bit.ly/mOV49Z). If you would like to reach her, you can send an email to her at susanwritesleft@gmail.com. After a prolonged absence, she has also returned to tweeting on Twitter @SusanWritesLeft.

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Walk and Imagine 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
GREAT READ I loved the poet's images of nature and her rhymes. The poems resonated with me. I found many truisms about life and love. I thought the collection was very positive and upbeat. Some of the poems were very touching. I especially liked the phrase that life imitates hikes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Word will be twisted They shall be maimed and, eventualy, tamed They can create and destroy worlds all their own. They can hurt and heal They can harm or they could help...the decsion is theirs.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Some poetry, some prose, but seemed the author couldn't decide whether she is a poet or not. Left me trying to decide whether I liked this book or not. Some poems were very good, some not so good. Prose is not my thing so I won't comment on that. I think the author has talent and will look for other works by her. For all I know this could be her first book and if it is I believe she will improve with each future book because the talent is there it just needs twraking.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Words of every day life twisted into beautiful poems. Worth reading worth buying. Keep it true keep it real and the path will be revealed.
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