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Book details
  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:Inspirational & Religious
  • Language:English
  • Pages:80
  • eBook ISBN:9780986683596

Unrestrained

Ramblings Of A Point Pelee Madman

by Doug Peters

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Overview
Point Pelee National Park is the southernmost extension of mainland Canada into Lake Erie of the Great Lakes. A pristine natural habitat, it is home to many plant and animal species that visit and live in its marsh, bush and constantly evolving sand spit and beaches. Poet Doug Peters wanders the point on Canadian Thanksgiving Monday 2011 and lyrically reflects upon the physical and spiritual importance on both its and man's relevance in today's world and that which has been and is to come, through his personal recollection of past times at the point and Life lessons he has learned up to that moment in Time. Themes such as conscience, relevance, awareness, etc., mixed with an everyday application to the approach of everyday issues that can be related to by all, especially while soul searching through a truthful heart. His main epic poem relating to the title of this book is followed by a series of shorter poems which relate to the topic material in different ways involving spiritually inspirational commonalities to all.
Description
Point Pelee National Park is the southernmost extension of mainland Canada into Lake Erie of the Great Lakes. A pristine natural habitat, it is home to many plant and animal species that visit and live in its marsh, bush and constantly evolving sand spit and beaches. Poet Doug Peters wanders the point on Canadian Thanksgiving Monday 2011 and lyrically reflects upon the physical and spiritual importance on both its and man's relevance in today's world and that which has been and is to come, through his personal recollection of past times at the point and Life lessons he has learned up to that moment in Time. Themes such as conscience, relevance, awareness, etc., mixed with an everyday application to the approach of everyday issues that can be related to by all, especially while soul searching through a truthful heart. His main epic poem relating to the title of this book is followed by a series of shorter poems which relate to the topic material in different ways involving spiritually inspirational commonalities to all.
About the author
Doug Peters was born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada in 1955 and attended the University of Windsor as a geology major. After a number of various positions at local automotive manufacturing plants, as well as other occupations, he found employment as a transit operator for Transit Windsor in 1980. He then spent the next 30 years writing 10 self-published books of poetry, and has recorded 2 musical spoken word audio cds with Scott Bell under the recording name of Peters And Bell, based upon his written poetry. He retired from transit in 2010 and now pursues a writing career as a member of The Ontario Poetry Society. He is the father of 4 children and is a brother to 5 sisters. His main website is Spiritual Poetry Online.
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