Moments

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Poetry that is readily understandable finding beauty, wonder, hope, happiness in the everyday. Approach the anticipation of spring returning after the long winter. Experience the joy of boys playing in the mud; the beauty of a new snowfall. Feel the stories of ancient bones; listen to the quiet of the early morning. Hear reminiscing the passing of time and see the excitement of each scene. More

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Words: 5,940
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310995880
About Greg Schroeder

I have been writing since I learned how but only published my first collection of poems in 2012. Other published works include a long string of newspaper articles on youth soccer (club updates in the local paper), some historical articles on an online website now defunct, and three peer-reviewed scientific research papers from way back when I did primary research.

There have been a few career changes - researcher, teacher, operations specialist, bookseller, and (currently) medical IT. There are also three fantastic children which give an entirely different perspective to life.

I enjoy history, games, being outside, and quiet times.

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Review by: Linda Rye on June 23, 2014 : (no rating)
It is said that a picture is worth a thousand words, but in Moments we see that Greg Schroeder can paint a picture in your mind with less than a hundred. Moments is a thoughtful, looking back kind of book. It speaks to the winter of the soul, of life, of the eternal questions 'Who am I?' and 'Where is my place in the universe?'. It reminds us that once our world belonged to a different people and will again, that the way we look at nature and life changes with age, and that with each passing winter we are led to a different spring. A good book for any day.
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)

Review by: P.S. Rowland on May 01, 2014 :
When reading a book, did you ever get the feeling the author could see right inside your brain and was putting down your thoughts and not theirs? Author Greg Schroeder, has done just this in this recent gem "Moments". Thank you for the memories you have invoked, the thoughts you have inspired and the memories yet to come as I read your words over and over again!

Author P.S. Rowland of "Lest We Forget Life's Passion"
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)

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