Scattered Stones by Elizabeth Wesley

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"Poetry is for the Mind.
The English language is a treasure of linguistic possiblilites that just need a writer and a reader to explore the art of communication and the emotions of life in ways that feed us when the mind is hungry.
Poetry takes a moment of silence and turns it into a song with a language all its own."

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Sometimes, time can mean nothing. It happens when you don't have it, when you don't remember when you did and when you don't know if you will ever have it again. This has to do with a memory that vanished; it happened suddenly in the space of an hour and for five years I was a lost soul not knowing who I was or where I belonged. I was placed in an institution and heard stories of who I had become. Some were funny and some were sad but all were about someone I never knew. It finally ended and I started to live again. These poems are the celebration of an awakening and it would make me happy to know you enjoy them because they were written for you.
Published March 7, 2013 by AuthorHouse. 127 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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