… I am not a writer, but I know many authors who can probably relate to this!
Let’s have some fun! I am curious to see how many agree with some of my choices, and how many disagree (vehemently, I am sure!). When books are important to a person, they take everything about them very, very seriously 🙂 If I had to decide between the options below, and whatever one I do not choose would not exist; what would I pick?
1) Paper or Digital?
2) Romance or Sci-Fi?
3) History or Current Events?
4) Hercule Poirot or Sherlock Holmes?
5) Twilight or Hunger Games?
6) Jane Eyre or Anna Karenina?
7) Harry Potter or Narnia?
8) History or Biography?
9) Stand Alone story or Series?
10) Dante or Tolstoy?
11) Sauron or Jadis the White Witch?
12) The Hardy Boys or Nancy Drew?
The Hardy Boys
In all fairness, I could have come up with about 100 of these questions. I figured I would start with this, and I cannot wait to see what your thoughts are! Let’s all play nice, as we really do not have to choose one or the other; Thank Goodness!!
As someone who is not a huge fan of poetry, I once again found much joy, comfort, and peace in the poetry of Louis Alan Swartz. There is something here for everyone; and by everyone, I truly mean everyone. This is volume two to the book of poems titled Constructed of Magic. You can find that book here: Constructed of Magic paperback book
On to Magic Realized, and look at this beautiful cover!
As no two people will read the same poem in the same way, or take away the same meaning, it can be difficult to express what these poems mean to me. Surely they will mean something different to you? Of course they will; your experiences are different than mine! That is what makes poetry so meaningful, and important.
Some of my favorites?
He Loves. The things a man sees and experiences at different points throughout a day, and how they bring him joy, and love.
When We Played with Wooden Toys. A reminder of times much simpler, more than they could ever be now. Don’t we all want to go back, just one more time?
Street Scene. The bare honesty that we can only truly get from a child.
He Never Began to Live. Relatable. Seen this more times than I care to remember.
Drawing Out the Magnificence. Everyone should be required to read this. A little understanding and empathy goes a long way.
Creations. This poem made me feel warmth; I could picture, smell, and feel every description as if I were experiencing it right at that moment.
There are so many beautiful poems here, on life, love, living, family, and relationships. How to love, live, and let go when necessary.
Do you write or read poetry? Who is your favorite?