Homespun Verses by Grandma Pearl by Pearl Williams

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This is the first collection of poems published by Pearl Williams. In this book she successfully opens windows and lets the reader take a look at some of the everyday experiences of ordinary people. In ‘down -to-earth’, mostly rhyming, verses, she upturns memories, produces smiles, relates reminders of spiritual living.

Pearl, who in now eighty-six years old, has done most of her writing in the last twenty years. Her collection compares favorably with other published authors.

The book is divided into six selections:

MEMORIES
OF THE HEART
FOR A SMILE
TO INSPIRE
OF MANY THINGS
OF THE SPIRIT

In each division the reader will find a mirror for some past experience in his life or a memory of some human experience. There are the invisible ones; men of determination; perfect mothers; children’s pleas; a path to some spiritual places and many inspirational gifts.

The reader will find the humor in Them Lord, the plight of those depicted in Invisible, the emotion in Peter: a story. The collection is filled with verses that will be enjoyed by those who love poetry.

Poetry is songs of the heart. Homespun Verses of Grandma Pearl will keep your heart singing.
 

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Published January 10, 2012 by iUniverse. 118 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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