Dreams As I Weep

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This poem is a heartfelt description of a woman who has been betrayed in love. She agonizes the loss of her love, even as she dreams. She cannot escape the memories that cause her to weep each night in solitary pain. The reader discovers that her heart remains open to one day again finding love. More
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Words: 300
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301778959
About Wendy Hershey

Greetings to all of my readers! A little about me... I am an author of medical articles, inspirational pieces, psychological thrillers, poetry and books for children. I have many interests in life so I think that is why the topics I write about are so varied. It's difficult to pinpoint what I love the most. My career for the past twenty years has been as a medical professional in geriatric medicine. I also have many years experience teaching music and also a long career as a successful business professional in the insurance industry. I have been blessed with an insatiable entrepreneurial spirit and currently have several successful online businesses. I am what you would call a "Jackie of all Trades."

I hope you enjoy my new psychological thriller,"Prologue to Insanity" which will be available within the next year. It is indeed a frightening plunge into a psychiatrist's tangled mind, laced with intrigue, passion and murder. There is no escape from the web of psychological terror and unfulfilled passion for a beautiful psychiatrist named Julia Spires. Coming soon! Visit my website for a preview.
www.wendyhershey.com

Please enjoy my other free books and poetry until then.

Contact me if you have any questions or comments. I'd love to hear from you!

Email: info@wendyhershey.com

Thank you!
Wendy Hershey

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Review by: Gerty So on March 20, 2013 :
Wonderful poems..... Brought a tear to my eye.... Good work.....
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Review by: Irate Books on Jan. 23, 2013 :
Very beautiful poem.
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