Amesbury, MA (PRWEB) January 07, 2014
Author Christopher Guarino speaks to the ups and downs of finding, losing and maintaining love from the perspective of a young man maturing through his late teens, 20s and early 30s in his new poetry collection, “Weathering The Tempest: A Collection of Poems about Life, Love and Letting Go” (published by AuthorHouse).
“People fall in and out of love,” Guarino says. “People deal with break ups. People question life and what the future holds. I think this book will appeal to people because they will be able to feel a connection with the writing and think about how their life relates to the poetry, even when they feel alone in the world.”
Guarino’s poem, “In Search Of Love”:
“Wandering around, sampling newfound faces
Infatuated briefly, fading quickly
Finding faults in all their graces
Thinking the heart may be sickly
Overtired impatience for an apparition
Of the hiding one and only
Where, oh where, is her position
So this heart will not be lonely”
About the Author
Christopher Guarino has been writing poetry for more than 15 years, putting all the love and heartbreak he’s experienced into words. He has always found poetry to be a good outlet for the joys and pains of growing up, love and relationships. He resides in Amesbury, Mass., with the love of his life, Debby, whom he met shortly after publishing “Weathering The Tempest.”
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