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  • By Peter Newcomb
    Dec 28, 2009
    Each poem in this book provides a vivid, nuanced, sometimes mystical glimpse of an aspect of one man's struggle through the emotional hardships of life--usually relating to poor relationships with others, especially in his quest for a soul-mate. Over the course of the struggle, and in particular because of his sister's death, he recognizes that his own ego is often what has kept him from happiness, and gains new hope that he might find his companion, ironically by admitting that it is ultimately up to fate to decide. This book rewards those who read it multiple times: connections between aspects become apparent and add to the understanding of the journey. More importantly, each reading brings the whole of the book closer to the reader, in terms of understanding the author's transformation, how it relates to the reader's own life (it will), and how well it illustrates an ongoing battle in each of us: we yearn to care for others, yet we are afraid of the hurt that caring makes possible.... More > John Winchell offers us a glimpse inside his shell as he learns to break free; the raw authenticity of his verse belies the familiar, universal issues he brings to light. Do not miss the chance to learn from his insight. -peter< Less
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John C. Winchell
October 1, 2009
Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink
Black & white
0.22 lbs.
Dimensions (inches)
4.25 wide x 6.88 tall
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