Falkirk, United Kingdom (PRWEB) March 06, 2012
Creative author John McKittrick presents his profound and endearing collection of poetry in Poesy from an Irishman of Love, Peace & Hope. Readers of all ages and from all walks of life will marvel at the profound descriptions of this book – filled with significant emotions and thoughts.
Stirring the heart, sharpening the mind and enriching the soul, this congeries of poems artistically paints the pictures of family values, a strong faith in God, humanitarian ideals and even simply the opulent goodness in one’s being. This collection includes an eclectic selection of poems. Whether one enjoys a whimsical play of words found in Colin John and Sandra Allison, or a more historical and symbolic experience in pieces titled Ulster ’69 and It’s On, Peace It’s Off, or a more mellow reflective tone in As Affaire, My Demise and Mae Be, it is certain that any one of these poems will inspire one’s life one way or another.
Every meaningful and profound word will inevitably find its way into the readers’ subconscious – thus, etching every trail of thought and life lessons into one’s life. This interesting set of poems will transform the reader’s world in more ways than one, as they enjoy the poetic ride with their family, friends and loved ones. A perfect page-turner for those who enjoy a colorful and wholesome read and a life enriched by optimism, this book is a beacon of optimism and effervescent light.
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About the Author
John McKittrick was born in West Belfast in 1934. He was educated at the Boy’s Model School and then privately at Orange’s Academy, Royal Avenue, Belfast, matriculating in English and Maths from London University. He worked with the Ministry of Home Affairs for North Ireland until 1980, when he retired and moved to Scotland to become a Hotellier and Publican.
Poesy from an Irishman of Love, Peace & Hope * by John McKittrick
69 to 96
Publication Date: April 7, 2011
Picture Book; UK £12.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4628-5586-5
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