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July 21 2009 Poetry Newsletter


My dearest readers, thank you for your patience with my getting this article out!

I had the privilege of reading Richard Atwood's "You, My Love" this last week. A timeless classic, this diary in verse kept me hostage from the first page to the last. I would highly recommend this book for romantics at heart. This is also a fantastic book for analyzing elements of poetry- as I found examples on every page that could apply to many of the articles already on my site.

You can read my review here:

You, My Love- A diary in verse
"Once in a lifetime, there may come a love you can neither deny nor ever forget." This line from Atwood's "You, My Love" beckons the reader to join with the author into a timeless journey of passion and lost love.

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After a week's vacation- its good to be back!! I look forward to hearing from you-

"With love, as in life, there are no guarantees. (Except always a beginning, always an end.) Nothing else is certain, set in stone." Richard Atwood

Angela Saunders, Poetry Editor
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