Life at the end of the Rainbow, by Jenny Andrews
Poetry is like art, its beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
But, while art can be very subjective, poetry often has a special meaning, to both the writer and then the reader. In turn, for each of us readers, a poem will have a different meaning, some will see what it represents, and others may not.
And, whilst I have not read a lot of poetry over the years, that changed recently when I subscribed to several blogs and discovered this whole new class of literature.
This view was strengthened when I came across a volume of poems by Jenny Andrews, titled Life at the End of the Rainbow.
For me, each poem is an insight into an extraordinary life, where the author sometimes lays bare those raw emotions, which, at times, we will find ourselves drawing parallels.
In a sense, I think we have all been to this mythical place called, The End of the Rainbow, and sometimes need a gentle reminder that it took a lot of ups and downs to get there.
This is, to my mind, a remarkable piece of work.
I, for one, can’t wait to see what the next stage of the journey will be.
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Thank you for promoting my book. I’ve just posted about my first novel, “Bully another Day.” I have it in paperback on Amazon. I haven’t put it on Kindle, yet. I will let you know when I do.
I hope everything has been well with you in Australia.
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We seem to be sinking back into the mire. Covid just isn’t going away, vaccinations or not.
I wonder where this has all come from. I wonder what the end game is, too. It feels like some sort of power grab. . .I am not a conspiracy theorist, but the longer this drags on the less I believe anything any one says about COVID.
We are back to masks, and the massive push to get the vaccines. Thing is that there are so many conflicting stories about the vaccines, and then what about natural immunity? What about medical conditions that prohibit one from getting the vaccine? People are losing their jobs and being denied basic rights to shop, go to museums, etc.
All I can do is protect myself the best I can.
I certainly hope that things eventually get back to normal worldwide.