poetic sunbeams to brighten someone’s day.
East Falmouth, MA (Vocus) September 6, 2010
Literary enthusiasts will appreciate the artistic prowess of poet-author William E. Dickinson in Golden Strands of Bright Sunsets with Blue Echoes of Heart and Soul. In this Xlibris release, Dickinson, a painter of words, displays his mastery of the written word, clear grasp of profound thoughts, and emotive realizations on life and humanity.
Featuring poems such as Painter of Words and From the Heart, Dickinson describes how he is able to translate his sentiments into a calm flow of words, how he can create passion out of simple, tepid things. Of lyrical verses flowing with graceful cadence, his poetry is made more illustrious through a thematic treatment. In the collection, readers can dwell on Blue Echoes, Bright Sunsets, Face of War, Heart and Soul; Peace, Faith, and Eternity, and Venues of Time—sections featuring Dickinson’s interpretation and expression through poetry.
Enlightening and uplifting, Golden Strands of Bright Sunsets with Blue Echoes of Heart and Soul showers “poetic sunbeams to brighten someone’s day.”
This book will be featured in the Frankfurt International Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany, on October 6-10, 2010 For more information, log on to Xlibris.com.
About the Author
William E. Dickinson was born a short drive from his ancestor Emily Dickinson's birthplace in Amherst, MA. Dickinson's writing started after breaking backbones in a 1988 fall. His penchant for writing soon became two thousand poems, many published. His published Compendium; Breath Tom Away by Sept. 11 was a poetic ride through terror and humanity's heroic triumphs. The novel The Wisdom Seeker and two sequels are soon to be published. Empathy for all life is the soul of his writing. Gardening, choir, and aikido are relaxing and meditative pursuits Dickinson enjoys. Golden Strands includes some of his finest poems.
Golden Strands of Bright Sunsets with Blue Echoes of Heart and Soul * by William E. Dickinson
Publication Date: December 1, 2009
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 99 pages; 978-1-4415-7908-9
Trade Hardback; $24.99; 99 pages; 978-1-4415-7909-6
eBook; $9.99; 978-1-4415-9623-9
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