It's Still the Way I Feel by Durel R. Patterson

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… the sing-song nature of the rhymes, while endearing, detracts from the often serious subject matter
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No one can determine what the future holds for them; however, at any given time one may express how he/she feels at that moment. Later in life as we mature, some of our values in life change while others remain the same. Although we all have dreams and aspirations, we can only work toward achieving them if we continue to focus on those dreams and aspirations. This work expresses some old views I had about life and some new views that I have about life. After careful consideration of my observations about life, politics, social issues, love, etc., my understanding and maturity have changed.

However, some things are fundamental. Then it was "It's Just The Way I Feel" and now "It's Still The Way I Feel."


About Durel R. Patterson

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A native of New Orleans, Louisiana, Durel earned his bachelor?s degree in Political Science from Southern University, Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He and his wife Barbara are the proud parents of one daughter, Daphne Rhondel Patterson. After serving a combined thirty-six years in the Army, Durel retired in March 2007, at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Durel is currently a member of St Stephens Baptist Church in San Antonio, Texas, where he is actively serving in several ministries. Durel is also a published poet with some of his works published in past issues of Treasured Poems of America and The American Poetry Annual. He is also the author of his own book of poetry It?s Just The Way I Feel. Durel, currently, has several works in progress: I Know I?ve Been Changed, The Afro-American IDIOT and A Ghetto Christmas Eve.
Published April 1, 2013 by iUniverse. 116 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Various on Jun 19 2013

… the sing-song nature of the rhymes, while endearing, detracts from the often serious subject matter

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