America's Most Famous Book of Poetry

America's Most Famous Book of Poetry

by Patricia P. Berry

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ISBN-13: 9780741443762
Publisher: Infinity Publishing
Publication date: 11/20/2007
Pages: 100
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.21(d)

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America's Most Famous Book of Poetry 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
dominiqueMM More than 1 year ago
This is an amazing book of poetry! Different then the normal. The author dedicates alot of the poems to various people such as: Oprah, the troops, there are so many that are my favorite, if I have to pick one it would be Seek for Peace, we should all live by this. This is definetly a must have for any collection of great works.
Guest More than 1 year ago
amercias most famous book of poetry is one of the most warm and hearfelt book of poems that touch the spirits of literary readers
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am not a critic or reviewer of books so I can only tell you what I like ¿. And this is one book or collection of poems that I so thoroughly enjoyed both reading and taking its many different meanings and truths and reflecting on how they have or can affect both my heart and mind. It¿s really a joy to read a poem, and then be able to sit and think about it and reflect upon how you have felt and all they convey to your body, soul and mind¿ this kind of poetry that which changes you. I would hope that Barnes and Noble will get this in soon for so many more to enjoy its warmth ¿ I had heard about the book and searched the internet with a little bit of difficulty in finding it ¿ but I finally did via ¿buy books on the web. Com or bbotw.com¿ and was able to order a copy. But I think now of finding it listed in Barnes and Noble makes it a little bit easier in ordering. I feel this is a book that hopefully will be at the forefront of book stores and internet book sales for those who love poetry and those who don¿t normally, it is a poignant collection. And as I said I am not a critic as I can only feel and say what I personally like and this book made me feel deeply about my own life and reflect upon how it talks about life and society as a whole and your personal faith in this life. But if you like poetry that doesn¿t necessary have to rhythm but lets you think about things, then this collection of works is perhaps what you¿re looking for. This was a thoroughly enjoyed venture for me from the front cover, which made me feel good just by itself to the last poetic reading. Don¿t forget the authors ¿special note¿ which I think is a wonderful commitment to share with those who need it the most and are quite often overlooked and even abused by systems that seem to forget their dedication to us. If you just sit and reflect upon the wording of the poems, you cant help but feel the losses that occur in our divided society (I am talking not only of our country but the world entirety) and sometimes within yourself, they make you think and feel about life and faith in a world that seems to be going mad at times. To me it brings home those thoughts of us losing everything we love if we do not mend and change our small part in and of this large world. Most of the poetry lets you know just how interconnected we all are. Your personal faith, of which whatever kind that may be, your love of life can be changed by these words within the collection of poems. I personally felt the poems also give us the hope that we need to catch ourselves and change by making those memories of lost ones or the lose of loving life into the responsibility that each of us can apply just by being involved in any way, small or big. Get the book and I am sure you¿ll be pleasantly surprised and gain some enjoyment the same as I did.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The very first poem is just stunning. How did she know to write and dedicate the first poem to Former Vice President Al Gore? He did win the Nobel Peace Prize. The last poem sent chills through my body. It is a masterpeace.