A Cloak Of Memories by Sadie Hall

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A Cloak of Memories is a collection of poems that were written during different stages of the authors life. She drew inspiration from the beautiful natural surroundings, her family as well as the people she encountered in her small town. The poems express her deep religious faith as well as some of the trials that each of us must face along the path of our lives. Sadie's poems reflect her Christian walk, religious faith and her ability to face death without fear as expressed in "Why Should You Worry" and "Bury Me on that Lovely Hillside". Her husband was a gambler. He inspired her to write "Life is Like a Game of Poker". Her son Hubert was in a terrible car accident in 1969 and he laid in a coma for 33 days. She wrote "The Land of Misty Haze" for him. Her mother inspired her to write "In the Evening in the Twilight". Her grandmother inspired her to write "Whip O' Will" about the four seasons.Sadie shares poems such as:·Life is Like a Game of Poker·Mother Nature and Father Time·Way Down in Old Kentucky·The Best Day Yet·The Setting of Life's Sun·The Land of Misty Haze·Why Should You Worry?·Memories·Bury Me On That Lovely Hillside

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Published October 23, 2006 by iUniverse, Inc.. 62 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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