Liquid Words

'Liquid Words' is Arthur Weil's ninth book of poetry. His writings here deal with happiness, nature, philosophy, love, and aging, among other topics. These are lighthearted, witty poems that reveal the passions of the human heart. Titles include, "I'm So Lucky, "Where Did My Libido Go?", and "The Vacuum of Silence."

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About Arthur Weil

Arthur Weil
85 years old Arthur Weil is from Piedmont, California. He is a retired high school teacher and real estate agent.
Arthur Weil's poetry examines all facets of life while paying tribute to them with wit, wisdom and whimsy. His words inspire the reader to look at life in a new way, to pause and appreciate, and, always, to chuckle. He has been published in a number of anthologies and newspapers, including the Chicago Tribune. He has published 17 books of poetry since his first, “Life, Love and Gems That Shine,” in December of 1999.

Mr. Weil escaped Nazi Germany in 1938 as one of 1400 children of the kindertransport. He spent his formative years in Chicago, completing his BA and MA degrees, finished his PhD coursework in History at UC Berkeley. He taught in the public school system for 27 years, and went on to run his own real estate business for 24 years before becoming a full time writer. Art is a strong supporter of the arts in the San Francisco Bay Area. He has two children and three grandchildren. At the age of 85, Art recently finished a book of poetry for teens, “Eat My Words.”

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