Love Tolls The Bell

Sharing love from 40 years of poetry and prose Conrad offers samples from across time that demonstrate maturation of presentation of an enduring theme. Conrad's style teases the reader playing with double-entendre and freeing one to experiment with varying meter and weight to explore the different meanings of words and discover alternative messages or emotions within a piece. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781466109636
About Conrad Lovelle

Conrad Lovelle spent his early years in a small town rich with cultural diversity. In difficult times during his childhood young Conrad learned to escape through reading and fantasy. Eventually his storybook readings merged with friends' accounts of far-off lands and a Romantic was born. Conrad's taste outgrew the confinement and simplicity of the small isolated town and at age 15 he answered the call of his wanderlust, leaving home with just $12 in his pocket to hitch-hike 1000 miles to the nearest West-coast city.

Those seeds of his childhood led him to many cultures and into many homes and hearts along the way. Writing romantically (sometimes with impish delight) to express his own feelings and experiences was an early passion for Conrad and throughout the years he has written about love and life's processes; about events that have occurred and encounters that have endured, and those that have faded away.

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