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Book details
  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:American / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:67
  • eBook ISBN:9781623097790

Lonely Woman

A Book of Poetry & Other Writings

by Sharon D. Smith

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Overview
My book of poetry is an exploration into the diversity of life and the diaspora of human interaction that has become more common in the last few years. The original art is unique evocative it is an extension for the verse to cull the feelings of Lonely Woman as it displays various emotions that I have felt throughout my life. How we communicate and how that communication affects our feelings in very important it sets trends for the future. As a woman I am particularly sensitve to changes in society, I feel that my poetry is a prime example of the diverse nature shift that we are experiencing today. The fluidity make it more difficult because you never know what to expect and Lonely Woman A Book of Poetry and Other Writings cptures the true essence of "transparency" as it is called today.
Description
The book “Lonely Woman”…A Book of Poetry and Other Writings is about personal experiences, experiences beyond the realm of tangibility beyond the normal character of life the poetry and the art compliment eachother. This is a story in verse from a woman who is mystified by her own life. Her existence is material, but her psyche is worldly and in her thoughts, she lives between the two. Some say madness is her calling but she has defied the mundane and risen to articulate this sometimes-exciting experiential precipice into a riveting book of poetry, philosophy and life. She says “I am a woman and I love, feel pain and hurt, cry and experience happiness and joy the same as most other women.” But I don’t always have the same emotional experience when I have occasion to encounter these feelings as others do.” She calls herself a hypersensitive person affected by the stresses of daily life and more, the more is what she writes about because she has maintained sanity throughout the ordeal. Feeling a deeper enlightenment in the worldly extent of human life is however a very eclectic and intellectual form of extrapolation. In other words she takes it as it comes and interactive action is dictated by her intellectual knowledge so if I don’t know and there is nothing to explain it to her then she deals with the situation as best as she know how within her ethical boundaries that she can control and set. That is a rather limiting life stage but she manages somehow some way, and her discipline is positive reaction.
About the author
• Miss Sharon Denise Smith is a single Black American, born in and living in California. • Graduate Metropolitan Business & Vocational College • State of California Licensed Realtor • Parent & Grandparent Writing is a passion used to express her independent thinking, and juxtaposed relationships. I also enjoy; art, music, dancing, cooking and old movies amongst other things. I am an avid collector of old items and recently had a Early American Pewter Coffee Pot I acquired written up in the Magazine; Antique Trader as a publication favorite. I have several poems published in anthologies in America and abroad. I attended writing conferences and studied writing for many years. Her personal messages to you is to love life and enjoy life to the fullest for you never know when the circumstances will change forever losing the hope of realizing your dreams and expectations for the future. “You can do it all, go for it; I want you to succeed in everything that you attempt” Sharon D. Smith • She plays a poetry puzzle game she invented and hopes to market some day, but I would like to share it with you because it is important to her and has helped her to remain assertive, confident and have a good attitude through tough times. It is a nine-word poem of encouragement, creativity and motivation. The use of repetition as reinforcement is central to the effectiveness of the ERG poem.(in chapter2) The term ERG means Work according to Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary.
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