Galveston, TX (Vocus) February 28, 2010
Author-poet E. Marie Aldrich-Creasy brings a special anthology of poems and treats fans of the genre as she expresses her innermost sentiments on life, love, faith, sorrow, and happiness. Released through Xlibris, Where 45 Ends presents a highly moving collection of vibrant and rich poetry.
Penning down over two hundred fifty poems, the author opens the windows to her soul through lyrical verse that displays immense emotional power. Each piece in this collection is carved by the emotions of a young woman with whom many others can relate to. She vividly captures different events and ideas that a person has to encounter in the journey of life. The poem “Through It All” is a powerful reminiscence of past hardship and trials. Written in a whimsical yet edifying tone, “What to Say” tells of an unknown story of girls known as bartenders and waitresses. “Back of the Truck” relives the good old days of 1972 racing life, and “Country in Music” expresses how people should return to God and bring hope, faith, and belief back to the rhythm of everyday life.
An eloquent delivery of Aldrich-Creasy philosophies, Where 45 Ends collects pieces of the heart. It is a highly entertaining and inspiring read for readers of any age and life situation.
Where 45 Ends * by E. Marie Aldrich-Creasy
Publication Date: February 23, 2010
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