Muses of Wandering Passions

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Muses of Wandering Passions is the very definition of sadness and of loss. Its undiluted mourning grips the reader: within the starkness, the sincerity of recollections in fairness to the one causing the broken heart is touching:” That is what you meant to me: a light that shone through the darkness.” (Your smile, p. 56)

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Words: 11,370
Language: English
ISBN: 9781920619022
About Chimnese Davids

Chimnese Davids is South African, accounts clerk and freelance writer. Her first publication was with an online magazine Allthings Girl in 2010.She had also been published in three anthologies, Step Into My Shoes published through Jafansta. Inc in June 2011 and Love In Creativity, published through Jingle and Gooseberry Garden Community in March 2012.She was 12 years old when she started writing and won a contest in 1996.Her debuted poetry and prose collection, "Muses of Wandering Passions" is her first book published.Her editor and publisher (KREATIVSA~ August 2012) said that the book would be a guide to her readers to find hope in their own strength and how the heart can heal itself in time with the true nature of her spiritual journey that would take the reader to places they've never searched within themselves.

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Review by: Anthony Nacke on Nov. 18, 2012 : (no rating)
I took a long time reading and found the book good it shows a woman who is on a long journey to find out who she is and is still on that journey. It also shows what love for a craft is like and how much she just adores writing down her thoughts. I found the poetry so beautiful the whole book left me speechless. Great book five stars

Anthony J. Nacke
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Review by: Anthony Nacke on Nov. 18, 2012 :
I took a lot of time reading this book and came to one answer its the best I've ever read.. I have learned a lot about someone who took a long time going on journey she is still taking. The poetry is beautiful and the whole book left me speechless. I want to read it again great!!
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Review by: Gordon Wilkinson on Nov. 17, 2012 :
I sent a lot of time over last night reading this book, which i found had some very moving poetry - There is only one criticism that it does not flow or look right on kindle, which i find sad as otherwise is well worth reading and keeping to re-read again. So for that reason alone i cannot give it 5 stars which the work itself is worthy.
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