The Regret of a Flower ~ PDF

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TROAF coverThe Regret of a Flower

Gail Thornton

Genre: Poetry

ISBN: 978-1-62582-041-9

The Regret of a Flower will leave you breathless and somewhat speechless as it brings you to tears, laughter, and self awareness. Gail Thornton does a skillful job of turning events considered mundane or controversial into art on the page. The visions grip the reader, allowing the scenes to play out clearly in their mind. It is easy to imagine a wold of innocence coming of age, as well as a world suffering the consequences of actions not realized.

Friends, children, and warriors all combine to enhance awareness of this talented poet’s command of the language. Gail paints scenes and conjures images others can only dream of creating. Never before has poetry been so captivating while gripping reality so closely. Love, loss, and mental illness are all handled with a skilled hand to draw the feelings to the surface. Reading The Regret of a Flower takes the reader through every emotion known to mankind; the intensity of each one is felt through the entire being. It is all on the line as this amazing book gives a glimpse into the heart, the soul, of the woman behind its creation.

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I like to jump in puddles during a rain storm and go running at night to catch moon beams. A little weird yet a boatload of fun there is never a dull moment in my world. I am a writer, baker, candle stick maker and mother to a herd I call The Gaggle I believe in Santa, fairies and happily ever after and enjoy a cup of sunshine straight from a buttercup in place of afternoon tea. Butterflies are what keep me focused on many shiny things whenever they happen to pass by. I feel my world in high definition super charged color with sound effects and use my palette to make sense of it with art, and words, and however else I can. Born in PA, raised in CO I am a Colorado girl at heart currently living in the desert of Arizona. I have been here five years and I really miss the snow.