Shrewsbury, Ma. (PRWEB) February 14, 2012
The poems in this symbolic and compelling new read Tear Drop Dreams and Wishing Stars are about powerful emotions and experiences represented through whimsical themes that tell a significant story. These are essential poems that everyone can relate to, and even though the poems are written from a female’s viewpoint, they can be mutually appreciated by both sexes. At twenty-nine, McClure completed what had begun fourteen years earlier as scribbles in notebooks and diaries. Years worth of thoughts and feelings finally have come together to form this completed work.
In this compilation readers will be astonished as to how sublime one’s personal experiences are, in relation to how these affect one’s way of thinking. Tear Drop Dreams and Wishing Stars is a series of poems about relationship concepts that affect people through their adolescent and adult years. These poems are melodic, almost like as if there is a tune that glues the words together. Many others convey the idealist in romantic dreams and themes that show the rawness and vulnerability of the human mind. All these and many more are found in this one-of-a-kind read that will truly enchant its readers.
Tear Drop Dreams and Wishing Stars will be featured at the Michigan Reading Association Book Exhibit in Grand Rapids, Michigan which will run March 9-12, 2012. For more information, log on to http://www.Xlibris.com.
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About the Author
Michelle M. McClure grew up in New England and moved to South Carolina at the age of sixteen. At the age of nineteen she created a website to share her poetry with the world. She moved back to New England as a young adult and continued her education earning a bachelor degree in psychology from the University of Southern Maine. She continues to write poetry as well as work on her doctorate in psychology.
Tear Drop Dreams and Wishing Stars * by Michelle M. McClure
Publication Date: March 7, 2011
Picture Book; $31.99; 64 pages; 978-1-4568-4886-6
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