J.K.E. Rose Sets Forth Thoughts on Love in New Poetry Anthology

Comparing love to dragon, ‘The Dragon in the Room’ asserts the power of love to devastate or make whole.

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Stouffvile, Ontario (PRWEB) May 23, 2014

J.K.E. Rose compares love to a dragon in her new book of poetry, “The Dragon in the Room: Is Love Too Much To Ask For?” (published by iUniverse).

“This book is for men and women who both kill love and let it die in front of them because they don't know the words to save it,” Rose says.

Chronicling her thoughts about love, Rose assures readers that love means pain, sadness, joy, laughter, blood and certain death. Despite the bad, she encourages readers in their quests to love – both themselves and others – and to be loved.

“There are many kinds of love, and the only thing you need to be happy is to trust yourself,” Rose says. “Be doubtless that you will stand up after you have been knocked down, and doubtless you will be knocked down. Just trust yourself to get back up.”

Rose shares her experiences with love in hope they will be relevant to readers’ lives as well. Her poetry encompasses the love in and out of marriage and for children, for self as well as the fears and desires that accompany such strong emotions. She reassures her readers that loving is living fully and the dragon can be faced. It will be worth it. Because love is not too much to ask for.

“The Dragon in the Room”
By J.K.E. Rose
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 80 pages | ISBN 9781491713174
E-Book | 80 pages | ISBN 9781491713181
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

About the Author

J.K.E. Rose spent years writing for television and raising kids, cats, horses and dogs on her Christmas tree farm in southern Ontario.

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