Jersey City, N.J. (PRWEB) May 14, 2012
Life and love equally bring a significant inkling to a fascinated mind that desires to uncover something of deep meaning. These two beautiful themes wrap the entirety of poet and author E.C. Addison Steele’s Free To Live, Free To Love. It is a book loaded with expressive musings about life, love, and everything in between and releases powerful darts aimed at readers’ core—rapt at touching all the right heartstrings.
This book is a genuine insignia of the truths echoing deep within the poet’s heart and soul. These truths are the blaring bellows of dominant feelings and reflective thoughts for emancipation. Steele has creatively captured the essence of life and love, bound them into his carefully woven poems, and gently fused them to other germane themes to make this wonderful book. The poems in this collection are subtle renditions hoisted straight from the heart of the poet offering a glimpse of the beauty and grace of life, the mystery and power of love, and the diversity and gist of worthwhile thoughts that run docile within his mind.
An absolute poetic journey and adventure await readers in this anthology that governs a gamut of evocative poems ready to strike them with hope and inspiration—two radiant truths that will allow them to experience living a beautiful, more significant life.
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About the Author
EC Addison Steele was born in Grenade, a small Caribbean island. At a young age, his mother took him to Trinidad where he was educated right up to college. He also went to the Open Bible Theological College and became a youth minister for years in the Pentecostal churches. Coming from that background, Steele just loves to give and help at any given time, always with a smiling heart.
Free To Live, Free To Love * by E.C. Addison Steele
Publication Date: January 24, 2012
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