Saturday, November 15, 2008

The Sighing of the Winter Trees by Laura Grossman

Paperback: 144 pages
Publisher: PublishAmerica (February 19, 2007)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1424161134
ISBN-13: 978-1

Product Description:The Sighing of the Winter Trees is as soothing as a hot cup of tea on a winter’s night. Winter, one of the most coldest and darkest of seasons is personified. There are ordinary situations such as “An I Love You on a Friday Afternoon,” like a gift of lollipops…imagine, an I love you on a Friday afternoon helps add spice to life. I’ve written poetry about a winter storm that is especially beautiful. In the midst of a winter storm think of the joyous days our hearts whispered. Think of the joyous days.

My Review: This was an enjoyable collection of simple poems featuring themes such as love, seasons, nature, holidays, the colors blue and purple, and flowers. I love the cover of the collection and the title. I like how they are easy to understand but still interesting. My favorite ones are probably the autumn themed poems. I only wish it had been organized into sections maybe so it would be easier to revisit certain parts of the collection at a time. Overall recommended because I did like them. :)

Harvest Moon by Laura Grossman

It is the night of

The harvest moon

The moon so beautiful

In the late autumn sky

Plays a harvest tune

The harvest moon

So beautiful in the

Late sky

To read another review and interview with Laura Grossman go here:

About the Author:
Laura Grossman graduated from Lehman College with a degree in English Literature and several awards from poetry contests. She is the author of The Sighing of the Winter Trees, available from Publish America.

Thank you Dorothy Thompson at Pump Up Your Book Promotion for asking me to be part of the tour. :)

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