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Gossamer: A Poetry Collection

Jan L. Mayes

Publisher: Jan L. Mayes

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Summary

These Poems Don't Rhyme. 
This bundle of 16 poems explore a lifetime of emotions from love to heartbreak, and happiness to pain. 
A rollercoaster of intensity from the heights of Moonstruck to the depths of Dungeoned Deep. 
Plus no poetry collection would be complete without a pirate poem and ode to chocolate cake. 
Included in this bundle: 
Moonstruck 
The connection of soul mates. 
Lost & Found 
Chronic pain and coping. 
Swingtime 
Meditation on a sleeping infant. 
Smile 
The significance of a stranger's smile. 
Go 'Gen 
The curiosity and energy of little children. 
Waning 
Living through life's ups and downs. 
April Fool 
Fool's gold of love. 
Another Day 
The joy of becoming a parent. 
Dream Machines 
Longing for the end to ringing in the ears. 
No Promises 
The end of a broken romance. 
Blessed Babe 
A baby's enjoyable days. 
Saintly Love 
The pain of unrequited love. 
Dungeoned Deep 
The darkness of depression. 
Gaia's Garden 
Care and protection of Earth. 
Avast 
A micro-story with ghost written poem about pirates. 
Ode to Chocolate Cake 
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