Marilyn Struzik Presents New Collection of Poetry

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‘Reflections’ touches on themes of nature and passing of time.

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In “Reflections: A Book of Poems” (published by WestBow Press), poet Marilyn Struzik encourages readers to take a moment to reflect on what is meaningful in life through her inspiring new poetry collection.

“My poems were written from personal experience and observation,” Struzik shares. “My husband and I spend summers at our family cottage on the shores of Lake Superior in Ontario. These summers provided much of my inspiration.”

Described by Struzik as poetry potpourri, “Reflections” contains poems pertaining to all different aspects of life. The poems range in topic from the natural and animal worlds to poems for children. Struzik infuses the beauty and tranquility of the lazy summer days on Lake Superior together with other personal memories and reflections.

An excerpt from the poem, “An Early Snow, featured in “Reflections”:

“Pine needles turned white
As I watched the snow
Disappear into the grass below.

Thanks be to the Hand that
Gently shook my backyard globe.”

By Marilyn Struzik
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 118 pages | ISBN 9781490814094
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 118 pages | ISBN 9781490814087
E-Book | 118 pages | ISBN 9781490814070
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Marilyn Struzik lives in Newton, N.J. Before retiring, she taught kindergarten and first grade at the Netcong Elementary School.

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