United Kingdom (PRWEB) August 09, 2012
All poetry, no matter what genre, has to come from the heart. For without feeling behind the words then the words are but shallow empty shells upon the page. Poetry has to be felt by the writer in order to pass on that same feeling to the reader of the piece. In Feelings Poetry, author Gary Mclauchlan presents a poignant collection of poems that expresses his innermost feelings deep from within his heart.
This poetry book shares Mclauchlan’s pure talent and creativity in conveying his personal feelings by writing poems that reflects his genuine emotions. His topics varies from love, faith, family relations, funny moments, to weather occurences, heartaches,friendships, virtues, to places, situations, secrets and so much more.
One thing visibly noticeable with his poetic style is that his knack for effectively playing up with words, creating vivid imagery within the mind of his readers and still makes them pause and think about his personal thoughts on any given subject, and he is doing it so well.
After reading this book, one will realized that indeed, poetry is the best art there is, for besides everything else, it is also drawing or painting with words. It is a living picture, a picture that says more than a painting on canvas; and its mission is to inspire. The natural birth of poetry takes place on the day when the doors of the heart are opened by the writer himself and in this case, Mclauchlan’s Feelings Poetry says and feels it all and is willing to share his thoughts to an inspired reader.
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Feelings Poetry* by Gary Mclauchlan
From the Heart
Publication Date: July 31, 2012
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 136 pages; 978-1-4691-7014-5
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 136 pages; 978-1-4691-7015-2
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