Red Poppies and Green Clover: Poems

Poetry by author and artist Linda H. Feinberg. She takes the reader on her journey as her marriage ends. Refreshing and simply written, but with passion and joy. As a poet the author creates visual images and emotions with her words. She includes poems about her friends and family who give her the strength to continue her growth and ends with finding her true love and continuing her journey. More

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About Linda H. Feinberg

Linda H. Feinberg was born in Brooklyn and grew up in the suburbs of New York, on Long Island. She left home at 18 to go to school at Boston University and was married in her senior year. She taught high school Spanish in Manchester, New Hampshire for one year and fell in love with the state. She left for ten years as she traveled with her former husband to Belgium where he attended medical school. They lived in various states while he completed his internships and residencies and finally made it back to New Hampshire in 1979. She worked as a secretary and administrative assistant during those years and in between having her three children. They divorced after 18 years of marriage.

In meeting her second husband, Joe Smiga, she found her soulmate and true life partner. They have both encouraged each other to grow and change. Joe coached Linda to start her own business which she ran for 23 years until she retired and to take art lessons. She started her art studies in her late 50’s and is inspired by hiking in beautiful New England as well as by Biblical verses and images. Her artwork can be seen on her website and blog. As a poet Linda creates visual images and emotions with words. As an artist, she tries to connect with the essence of the image aesthetically and spiritually.

Linda and Joe are both retired now. They are doing some travelling, spending eight weeks in Israel in 2012 and taking other tours as well. Joe continues his writing and his books are available on his website as well as through the Amazon and Barnes and Noble websites. They have recently purchased mountain bikes and are enjoying cycling on the local hiking trails around Manchester, New Hampshire. They also hike in the White Mountains which inspire more of Linda’s paintings and poems.

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