Tales From the Mist

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
A collection of easy to read poems of love, death, horror and fantasy.
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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 Sadly, she passed February 15, 2021, leaving behind a legacy of creativity, including some previously unpublished poetry collections, and a legion of family and friends who miss her.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 Tales From the Mist by Bonnie Mutchler

DM Yates reviewed on Nov. 10, 2014

I had read 'The Egg of Orlin' and wondered if this was as good. I certainly wasn't disappointed. Bonnie Mutchler has a certain way with poetry that draws the reader into the depths of the story. I only wish I could write poetry as well as she does. Definitely a must-have for poetry lovers.
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Dawn Colclasure reviewed on Sep. 4, 2010

This was a collection of poems that had me by the throat from start to finish. My favorite was "Lyda." Some of the poems made me laugh, some made me shake my head over the irony in the stories which unfolded. I really enjoyed the last poem, "What is it about Him." The words just stayed with me even after I was done reading it, and not because of the repeating lines. I am glad I was told about this poetry collection. I will likely return to read it again and again!
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Joleene Naylor reviewed on July 26, 2010

Another great poetry collection from Ms. Mutchler. An English murder is both mysterious and fun, and Katie Morrell is another great story poem. However, this collection includes what i consider to be her most memorable poem, Lyda. I highly recommend this!
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