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Back Porch Poems by Brenda Loy Wilson

Kindle Direct Publishing
$12.00, paperback
ISBN: 979-8555376206
December, 2020
Poetry
Available from www.Amazon.com

In Back Porch Poems, the author takes us on a journey from "Little Miss Sunbeam," a shy four year old who sings on a radio show, to "Fragile," the years from grief to acceptance of the sudden violent loss of her parents, to "Dear George," a glimpse of society's discord today. This collection encompasses a lifetime of diverse situations and emotions, offering something for everyone, no matter their background or genre preference. Unexpected humor creeps into several poems. "The Lady Who Cursed Her Computer" is one that all technology users will relate to.

Back Porch Poems includes topics from Nature, Humor, Life Stages, Nitty-Gritty, Alphabet Soup, Back When to Now.

Brenda Loy Wilson is a North Carolina native who has always loved words, phrases, books, learning and meeting new people. Story Sisters was a finalist in the 2019 INDIE book awards in regional fiction. Her poem 'Lessons' is included in Thoughts on the Power of Goodness and poems, a story, and a tale are in Glencoe Days. Brenda ventured into the world of film with Atlantic & Pacific Studios LLC in Burlington, where she recently worked as a production assistant for a music video and movie trailer.

 
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