LONDON (PRWEB) July 19, 2017
The late Sylvia Blyth has been writing poetry for a long time. Friends suggest that she should publish her poetic works. When she passed away in January of this year (2017), her husband James decided to go ahead with the publication of her poems as a memorial to her. It led to the release of “Inspired Poetry” (published by Trafford Publishing).
The poems in the book were all written by Blyth and were taken from life in general. They reflect the things that happened to her or her friends and news on the television or radio. She was a spiritualist and many of her poems also reflect about this.
A stanza from her poem “Diana, Princess of Wales.” reads:
We love you, dear Diana
Our prayers go out today.
You will be here in our hearts,
Forever come what may
Blyth has been into poetry since her school years and continued writing poems in her later years. The poems she shares in “Inspired Poetry” hopes to bring comfort, inspire and amuse readers.
About the Author
Sylvia Blyth was born in Mitcham Surrey. She has for some years been writing poetry, she was also a competent artist in all mediums. Unfortunately, she passed away in January of 2017 and will therefore not see the fruits of her labor.
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