Dirk De Bock Announces Release of ‘Stay Strong’

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Sixth book of poetry shares 50 poems in English, one poem in French

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Dirk De Bock wanted to create or make new stories repeatedly. So he started writing poetry—not just a few lines, but in a way that nobody else does it, a whole page with a completely new story. He returns to the publishing scene with his sixth book of poetry, “Stay Strong” (published by Xlibris UK).

The poetry collection shares a combination of 50 poems in English, plus one in French at the end of the book. These poems describe situations that happened and continue to happen all over the world today. Every poem brings another story, another situation, even another adventure.

“I have a feeling that the poems in this book are a bit heavier with more fierce language,” De Bock says. “In every book that I wrote so far, this is my sixth one, I have always put some personal stories in those books.”

“As always, I've tried to put some emotions in these lyrics. Also after reading the poems a few times, people should be able to recognize personal things in these poems and should be able to get a personal view about some of its aspects.”

“Stay Strong”
By Dirk De Bock
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 58 pages | ISBN 9781543488937
E-Book | 58 pages | ISBN 9781543488920
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Dirk De Bock was born in Belgium on Jan. 4, 1958. “Stay Strong” is his sixth book of poetry.

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