Rainbows and Butterflies by Kavita T. Ramdial

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Rainbows and Butterflies is a book that brings color and hope back into the lives of the generation of the confused (my generation).  In a world of war, chaos, and desperation, it recreates a world of simplicity; a world that appreciates the beauty and depths of every color in a rainbow, and the grace in which a caterpillar turns into a butterfly.  This collection of short stories and poems is loosely based on my own experiences and hardships that came with leaving adolescence and stepping into the “real world,” a not so friendly place.  It’s about the struggle between constantly longing and dreaming for something more, something better, without really knowing what that something is, but nevertheless hoping that in the end humanity will prevail and all will be well with the world.  It’s about hoping that in the end, the rainbows and butterflies will return.

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Published March 7, 2005 by AuthorHouse. 181 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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