Rights of Passage

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Right of Passage is an experiment in traditional poetic forms. Whether you like Victorian Ballads, French Triolets or even free verse, there is a little bit of something for everyone. Each poem is a heart felt creation of the author's soul, hitting amazing highs and woeful lows, bringing the reader along on a ride of poetic discovery.

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Words: 5,680
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476027470
About Spring Horton

Spring Horton is a novelist and script writer who sometimes dabbles in poetry. She has recently finished an MA in theatre directing as well and hopes to branch out in that field. She has published two novels, a play and two books of poetry and is about to publish the first novel of a new series. It is From The Embers, Book One of the Ancient Order. This book was written in a new style by creating original characters and roleplaying them with other writers online. There are currently two other authors involved in this first book and she hopes to have many more for the second.

When she isn't writing, Spring enjoys travelling, baking, art, theatre and films and the outdoors.

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Rights of Passage
The author reads her favourite poems from the book, discusses some of her inspirations and reads favourite poems by other authors.

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Reviews

Review by: Ellie King on May 01, 2012 :
I am seriously impressed at the range of poetic forms used in this book! The voice of the author comes through very clearly: her hopes, dreams and desires can all be found here.
I think my favourites were probably:
The Sleeper
The Doodle Bug
Doubt 
Untitled Three
My Truth
It was lovely to hear the author talking about her poems and inspirations in the video too.
My absolute favourite has to be The Doodle Bug and I would love to read some more funny and light-hearted poems by the author. A sequel, perhaps? :)
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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