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  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:Women Authors
  • Language:English
  • Pages:44
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350960693

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One woman's journey to find true North after divorce

by Marlene Stewart

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a story in poetry after divorce, following a winding path to find true happiness in a balance between self and partnership.
Dating after divorce can be scary to say the least. Then when you add all the "Prince Charming's" out there on the dating apps you can become a completely lost sole. Finding your true north is best acquired organically, letting the cosmos help lead the way. Being a hopeless romantic makes things even more sketchy, but eventually the horizon gives you a silver lining and a rainbow leads you where you want to be
About the author
Marlene Stewart born and raised in the splendiferous Pacific Northwest. She was the last child born of Suzanne and Clayton Stewart. Four siblings Linett, Vicky, Douglas and Rose. All of whom are "Good Earth Stewards''. Married young and has three grown children she adores. Her first career path was sign painter and muralist, which she did with her artist mother. One of her first murals was Ivan the Gorilla's cage at the world famous B & I store. After the birth of her daughter she was struck with the shock of motherhood on a starving artist's salary. She decided it was best to go back to school and achieve a career which had more financial security. Finding herself back at school at 32 to become a dental hygienist was a scary but necessary descision. Still practicing dental hygiene four days a week, but also dreaming and writing. Frequently "future trips' ' to a cabin in the woods where she writes and plays with her cats daily. Enjoying each new phase of life, she has realized that " menopause is NOT an ailment. It is an enlightenment"