Pause

‘Pause’ is one of the 36 poems in my new poetry collection, ‘Words of Weight’. Now available at Amazon as an ebook and paperback book. Or barrow it with the Kindle Unlimited program.

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Words of Weight, FORTHCOMING

I am excited to officially announce my forthcoming poetry collection Words of Weight.

I asked for prompt words that held meaning for my readers and they answered the call. In doing so they helped me sculpt a unique collection filled with vivid imagery and thoughtful connections.

The poems included are as follows:

1. Words of Weight
2. Hug
3. Be Kind
4. Impact
5. Forgiveness
6. Growth
7. Amid
8. Understanding
9. Spill
10. Trust
11. Pause
12. Grief
13. Glimmer
14. Truth
15. Layers
16. Conversation
17. Quiet
18. Reason
19. Punishment
20. Resurrection
21. Portion
22. Sustain
23. Virtue
24. Guilt
25. Worth
26. Conscience
27. Gratitude
28. Conviction
29. Compelled
30. Bewilder
31. Covered
32. Doubt
33. Persnickety
34. Misunderstood
35. Progress
36. Weeds

Full spread book cover for Words of Weight
Art and Design by Mary Grace van der Kroef

I will be offering an eCopy of this collection for FREE to anyone who signed up for my monthly newsletter before October 14th, 2022. Not on my mailing list yet? Don’t worry, if you are reading this before October 14th there is still time to get this free gift by signing up! I look forward to connecting with you.

Are you reading this post after October 14th? I have chosen to make this collection available to read on Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited shortly after publication. If you are a subscriber, visit Amazon to find it on their website, or find it in the Kindle Library on your device of choice.

Not a KU subscriber? You sill still be able to enjoy this 36 poem collection by purchasing the eBook or paperback edition on Amazon.

Thank you to my readers for supporting me, and coming along with me on this journey called writing.

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