Winter's Homecoming and Other Poems

Winter's Homecoming and Other Poems

by Robert Zimmermann

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Winter's Homecoming and Other Poems is an eight poem chapbook by Robert Zimmermann. In this insightful new collection, Zimmermann shares his love and appreciation for the beauty of nature and the changing of seasons, as well as the endless search for happiness.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940044363557
Publisher: Robert Zimmermann
Publication date: 01/05/2013
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 274 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Robert has been writing poetry since the eleventh grade. His writing started as impulsive rambling, but soon became a passion. A few years later he attended SUNY Potsdam where he received a B.A. in Creative Writing. His main focus is poetry, but at times you can find him dabbling in short fiction. Robert has also created the blog A Life Among The Pages, where he posts his writing as well as book reviews. When he’s not reading or writing, Robert enjoys spending time with his dog, Deuc. Deuc ran out of the woods in August 2011 and they have been inseparable ever since.

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Winter's Homecoming and Other Poems 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Kimpitbull123 More than 1 year ago
My review of Winters Homecoming And other Poems, by Rob Zimmermann.Rob does it again. His poems get to you. Through his words different seasons come and go, and with them he makes you feel and see the seasons as we go. The winds, trees, dirt, sun. Feel all those things and more with this poetry book. Thank you for sharing you words and feelings with us.
Marcia_CarringtonMC More than 1 year ago
While a short collection of poetry, this is a thought-provoking book with memorable, haunting imagery, a key feature of this author's work. It leaves the reader wanting more, some of the poems so vivid in nature they could easily bear stories of their own.