Anastasia's Mind Fog

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Anastasia Cassella-Young’s poetry has won numerous Editor’s Choice Awards. Poetry is full of emotions, feelings and experiences. She enters all of these into each poem including romance, confusion, abuse, beauty, love for pets, love for people and actual dreams. Therapists recommend keeping a journal. She maintains her journal through poetry and short stories. She wrote her first few pieces in high school but her first serious piece in 1986 after her father passed. Since then numerous events have taken place in her life and have been unearthed during therapy. Poetry is emotional for her and each emotion is in a poem. She hopes that her readers find solace, understanding and knowledge within the pages of this book.
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  • By Paul Ciccone, Jr
    Oct 15, 2009
    "Mind Fog" Anastasia, your poetry is truly from the heart. It is my opinion...that every author who writes from experience instead of imagination deserves to be applauded, the reason being that such an author desires more to share than to become famous. Mind Fog is a look into self: penned chock full of poetry. It may just be that prescription one needs to help ease the pain of reality. Great job, Paul Stop by Paul's Home on the Web
  • By Marie Moody
    Aug 23, 2009
    "Anastasia's Mind Fog" This reviewer really hit the nail on the head although their comments sound negative they provide the feeling that is exactly what the author intended. The author intended to provide her stories in a poetic form. Please read on! Book Review of "Anastasia's Mind Fog" Poetry reveals the nakedness of the soul. And that cannot be duplicated with an attempt to candy coat a feeling, no matter the depth of the coating. Just because one has emotional and physical shortcomings, does not constitute one to be a poet. I feel that poetry is a dirge of the human soul with beauty as its color. Poetry is not a bland look at life, described as a box of pasta you are about to buy.' I am not trying to be contrite or ugly towards one's passion. But, this is a very real world out there, and shallow memoirs of non sequential thoughts cannot stand the test. And, I may stand alone. But when I read someone's work, it has to go beyond themselves. It has to speak... More > to me in the quiet places of my soul. I look at writing as a very serious obligation, not a fly-by-night crackerjack rhyme. I believe this writer has a desire to put her thoughts to pen and paper. I also believe she needs to take more time to explore those thoughts to properly put them down on paper. I believe her work would reach and be monumental to those close to her, like friends and family, but would fail to be a choice of reading in any sort of unbridled local interest. It's personal, yet not unique. She reminds me of Emily Dickinson, only if Emily would not have cared what her words meant. C. A. Camp< Less
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Anastasia Cassella-Young
September 29, 2011
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