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Growing up is fun when one is growing up with everyone else. There is more to share, and that's what families are able to do -- share. My collection of poems is just that -- a journal of little people growing taller every weekend, it seems, growing into new relationships, but certainly not out of our hearts. Included in this collection are pieces that were written earlier and reflect various situations that came up during my own growing-up years. This may be about politics -- both workplace or national, about short travels to unusual places, about meeting unusual people, or just plain observations. I always believed there is a child in every one of us -- trying to bond with everyone else.
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|Publisher:||Outskirts Press, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.15(d)|
About the Author
Rizalina Ramos-Talag hails from Del Monte, Bukidnon (a town in Mindanao, Philippines) famous for its clean air, beautiful hills, happy people, and close-knit families. She completed her Accounting Degree from Far Eastern University in Manilla, and obtained a Liberal Arts degree from the University of the East. She attended Golden Gate University in California. She co-authored a book of poems, entitled "Embers", published in 1966, and have contributed short stories and poems to national magazines during her college years. Music is her third love. She came to the US with her family of five in 1972. She has three grandchildren with whom she shares poetry-inspiring moments.