A Sweet Place to Play by Robert Frost
Poems from the Heart and Road

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A Sweet Place to Play is a collection of poems the author wrote over a thirty year period. They reflect his moods, loves and observations as well has his good-byes and revelations. Living in Arizona, riding motorcycles, playing his part in life, all contribute to poetry that is interesting, fun to read aloud and quite meaningful. For the most part, the works are not traditional. For instance "Castaway" is written in three sentences, yet it tells of sinking despair, but conclude with hope. Another talks about man and his tears. Enjoy.
 

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Published November 11, 2002 by BookSurge Publishing. 126 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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