ENTERPRISE, Miss. (PRWEB) May 18, 2015
Author W. Thomas Love believes every good and bad thing in life is repeated, again and again. He says he learned this not only from personal experience, but also from extensivly observing others throughout his life.
Love invites readers to observe with him in his new poetry collection, “Things Seen and Heard by Many: Life Experiences” (published by iUniverse), in which he divulges, in poetic form, the many observations made throughout his life.
In “Things Seen and Heard by Many,” Love uses poems to discuss the many elements of life he witnessed while observing others. He then points out the many pitfalls he often saw people fall into, as well as the successes he saw. He hopes that his poetry will urge readers to seek the truth in life, while avoiding falling for vain efforts.
An excerpt from “The Dim Church,” featured in “Things Seen and Heard by Many”:
“If the church is the light of the world, why is the world so dark?
If the church is displaying love, why are babies born without hearts?”
“Things Seen and Heard by Many”
By W. Thomas Love
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 388 pages | ISBN 9781491744666
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 388 pages | ISBN 9781491744659
E-Book | 388 pages | ISBN 9781491744673
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
W. Thomas Love grew up between the rural south of Mississippi and the South Side of Chicago. He graduated from a Mississippi school at a time when opportunities were limited. He is a Vietnam veteran who spent three years in the army. He worked for 22 years as a training analyst with a large crude oil refinery where he wrote technical training manuals and procedures. He is proud of working 32 years without being absent or tardy from work, including no sick-leave.
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