While the verse in this book is not deeply moving, it does stir some of your base emotions. Tinto demonstrates some fledgling talent as a poet; her verses cover many of the aspects of human existence. Fantasy, failure, despair, challenging time s of change, grief over loss, the memories we hold dear, the memories we would prefer that we lose, simple pleasures, deep and complex pleasures, love, friendships, death, birth in many forms, pain and just being yourself are all the topic of a poem. Written as a form of personal therapy in order to deal with difficult times, the author captures a great deal of the meaning of life as expressed in our experiences.
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Writing these poems began as a therapeutic process which turned into words that supported me during a very tumultuous period in my life. The poetry that unfolded manifested itself as an inspirational source that further comforted me during this difficult season. Ironically, the poems were able to transcend my own personal experiences and can be applied to anyone's life as an inspirational thought that can be carried through out your day. Then it becomes my hope for you my reader, that the poems found within these pages bring you the same amount of solace, inspiration, and contentment, that it provided me as I created them just for you.