WORDS FROM WITHIN is a collection of poetry – simple verse and some prose – written over a period of forty-eight years. It is separated into six different themes – Words of Love, Joy, Despair, Wisdom, Faith, and Prose – although some could be interchanged easily and most are strongly Christian-oriented in their subject matter – to both challenge and inspire.
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The most gracious comments one could receive about the early poems came from Rosa Zagnoni Marinoni, the Poet Laureate of Arkansas, who wrote, “Your poetry has gentleness and strength – it is most sincere and heart-felt,” and a young lady who said, “You seem to be able to say what men since Adam have been trying to say in a manner in which changing the poem would destroy it.”
Different personal moods and thoughts are expressed as they evolved throughout the years, so a wide range of feelings is touched upon here. Hopefully one will touch you.