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Reflections in My Twilight Years: Collection One Karen Chism

Reflections in My Twilight Years: Collection One

Karen Chism

Published March 25th 2014
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Kindle Edition
85 pages
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Poignant, refreshing, and relevant- not only will you be entertained, but you will be challenged by the unique and stimulating, push and pull rhythm of many of the poems in this collection. You will hear echoes of the struggle between light and dark-MorePoignant, refreshing, and relevant- not only will you be entertained, but you will be challenged by the unique and stimulating, push and pull rhythm of many of the poems in this collection. You will hear echoes of the struggle between light and dark- good versus evil. You will travel through the entire range of human emotions to experience love, joy, sorrow, peace, hurt, anger, frustration, confusion, sadness, and most importantly hope. You may see things in a way you never have before- finding new wisdom. You will be impacted and perhaps walk away feeling consoled and even counseled. You may even rush to the Word of God to find confirmation that these precepts are true.With a new and refreshing style of poetry with a purpose- these non-fiction books are definitely a must have for your library. If you read one and you will want to read all three.These poems flow from a mature heart that has experienced much of the ups and downs that life has to offer and walked away stronger, wiser, and thankful for the lessons learned. These are true life stories set to rhyme, in a straightforward and honest manner. Many of the poems deal with the everyday and often news worthy human condition, as such you will certainly be able to relate to many of the situations- you will laugh, cry, and perhaps wonder why. You might find yourself saying, “Been there, done that.” You may even say, “Boy, I wish I had done that.”The author is cognizant that the Lord is always looking over her shoulder. She seeks to please Him – her most important critic. She does not hide her source of inspiration- in fact, she hopes that you too may find it beneficial to immerse yourself in the unfathomable riches of God’s love and advice- bound within the pages of The Holy Bible.---“Our lifestyle echoes our beliefs-” Karen has expressed this motto in her rhymes. I found her poems to be entertaining, wise, and thought provoking. - K. Compton, Editor in Chief, Heartspeak Publications, Incorporated.---**NOTE** For the best viewing experience on older generation Kindles and iPad minis, this book should be viewed in Landscape mode.