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Reciting from Memory is walk through the past en route to a better appreciation for the present. These poems read like tight little stories, glimpses into both the simplicity and complexity of growing up in America’s pre-digital heartland. They roam and meander their way up to the dock up at the lake and then kick it into gear on a twelve lane highway of Los Angeles. AlongReciting from Memory is walk through the past en route to a better appreciation for the present. These poems read like tight little stories, glimpses into both the simplicity and complexity of growing up in America’s pre-digital heartland. They roam and meander their way up to the dock up at the lake and then kick it into gear on a twelve lane highway of Los Angeles. Along the journey, sorrow and sadness are buffeted by unbridled joy and happiness. It is a literary road trip you won’t want to miss....

Title : Reciting From Memory
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ISBN : 30309916
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 84 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Reciting From Memory Reviews

  • Sharon
    2019-03-17 04:57

    Reviewed for author for honest reviewJim’s poems were an eye-opening experience for me. As a person who does not read poetry very often and only for reviewing purposes, I always thought of poems being things that have to rhyme to make sense. This collection of poems are more like mini stories. They are beautifully written, giving the reader a great insight into one man’s life. It has not been an easy life by all means but the overwhelming love for family and faith shine through the sadness and brings light where darkness once prevailed.If you are a lover of poetry with a difference. Prose that paints a very clear and vivid picture of life with all it’s joys and heartaches then this collection is definitely one worth reading.

  • Will White
    2019-03-25 04:11

    My kind of poetry. Thank you Jim Landwehr for sharing and please keep it up. We still read, and we still admire poets.