Poems People Like

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This small collection is made up of poems that have been praised by experienced poets and editors, and at the same time are appreciated by people who don’t normally read a lot of poetry or go to poetry readings. The e-reader with its small portable size just might be an ideal way to access poems like these that speak to everyday experiences and can make a person stop and think and maybe wonder. More
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About Charles Rossiter

Charlie Rossiter, NEA Fellowship recipient and three-time Pushcart Prize nominee, hosts the audio website poetrypoetry.com. He is the author of four books of poetry and numerous chapbooks. His work has been featured on NPR, and at the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival in NJ. He was among a handful of poets chosen to perform at the Chicago Blues Festival in 2005. His latest book, is All Over America: Road Poems, (FootHills Publications, 2009). He also authored The Night We Danced With the Raelettes, a memoir in poetry of his college days in the late 1960’s (FootHills, 2007). IHe is also the editor of In the Spirit of T'ao Ch'ien and in 2014 his latest collection, Cold Mountain 2000: Han Shan in the City, available from Foothills Publishing. For more info: www.charlierossiter.com

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Jeff Winke reviewed on on Sep. 10, 2014

Bag of firecrackers. Rossiter's poems look harmless until you light their fuses and read them. Well-crafted, fun little stories with explosive images.... poems that are easy to understand, appreciate, and delivered with wallop.
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Tom Roby IV reviewed on on Sep. 9, 2014

Charlie Rossiter's poems are hard not to like. They are direct, fresh, and real. They connect because they are "the song inside you that talks about where you’ve been and how you feel."
This makes them valuable. Moreover, like the best things in life, they are free! Download Poems People Like and enjoy.

Tom Roby IV
President, Poets' Club of Chicago
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