Born in 1969 and raised in Ayrshire, Scotland, nature has played a key role in Phyllis Anderson’s development as a poet and writer.
As a child, she’d spend days that stretched beyond time, exploring the woodland surrounding her home. Whether climbing trees, picking primroses which clustered in copses, or meandering amongst blue bells, growing up was truly a sensory and wondrous experience.
Now, forty two years old Phyllis’ life has turned full circle and she currently lives on a ten thousand acre country estate, where cows graze on pastoral landscape, an environment which fuels the poetic imagination.
This first volume of poetry is the culmination of observations made by Phyllis Anderson throughout her life. Its title is taken from “Haiku for Mountaineers” which alludes to the hardships suffered by climbers to reach the oft elusive summit. Wise climbers realise that it is the mountain that conquers the heart of the climber.
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by Phyllis Anderson
Approx. 4,380 words.
Published on November 27, 2011.
My first collection of poetry is inspired by the natural landscape, observations which evoke lasting impressions. Turn each page to reveal a rich treasury of images, ephemeral yet universal topics which are bound to leave a lasting impression in the heart of every reader.
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- Ice Melts
on Dec. 13, 2011
Phyllis Anderson,this new author endows in u beautiful warm images,mysterious,magical,good and kind,but most and best of all,she provides a much needed filip,or tonic,rejuvenation, for those lost Souls in need of a return to the old/newNurture.
I wish I could thank her in person,as it has rekindled my Love of words,when they seemed to have fallen upon stony ground.