The Egg of Orlin

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A collection of easy to read poetry; tales of warriors and maids, love lost and won, and the ever grim death that greets us all.
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  • Category: Poetry » American poetry
  • Words: 7,110
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781452323800
About Bonnie Mutchler

Bonnie Mutchler was a native of south west Iowa. She lived in southern Missouri for a time before returning to her roots, where she spent the last years of her life with her children, and her pets; Momo, Blinky, and John Jones. A lover of art, she was both a painter and writer, as well as a prolific poet who wrote hundreds of poems from her childhood on, several of which have been published in various anthologies. Sadly, she passed February 15, 2021, leaving behind a legacy of creativity, including some previously unpublished poetry collections, and a legion of family and friends who miss her. May she live on in her works.

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Reviews of The Egg of Orlin by Bonnie Mutchler

DM Yates reviewed on Nov. 10, 2014

I can't believe the haunting beauty of these poems. Each drew me in immediately. Bonnie Mutchler's work is reminiscent of Edgar Allan Poe and written so skillfully.
Truly a poetry book one should not be without.
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Joleene Naylor reviewed on May 9, 2010

A great collection! Has many of my favorite poems by Ms. Mutchler :) "Ride Away, Johnny Boy" and "Jamie of the Glenn" feel almost more like songs than poems.
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