by Margaret Cunningham Doyle


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"Whether it's lullabying a grandchild, catching the brogue of an Irish biddy, or creating a climatic scene on the eve of a historic battle, Margaret Doyle's poetry is always a delight. Rhyme or free, formal or loose, she is always a mistress of the poetry to which she is devoted."-Isaac Rehert, newspaper columnist, teacher, author of Rock Run Hollow

"Margaret Doyle was my poetry teacher and helped me fulfill a late in life desire. I learned to hear more of the music in words and to explore the deeper meaning of life. I've used her teachings in my latest book."-Jim Holechek, public relations consultant, author of Henry Perky: The Shredded Wheat King

"One of my favorite poems in Margaret Doyle's collection is 'Amorum Emblemata', which deals with the short lived liaison of Venus and Mars. When a poem can be that moving to inspire me whose whole life has been painting, it has to be powerful writing. You will find others which will mean as much to you."-Frank Redelius, painter, author of The Master Keys

"People who say they do not like poetry should read Margaret Doyle-they will never say that again! Every line challenges and engages! Every word dances, and dazzles! This is a book to keep around, to savor, poem by poem!"-Gilbert Sandler, author, historian and radio personality

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780595467198
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 03/19/2008
Pages: 140
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)

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