Wanderings of a Lonely Mind

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Poetry is like a constantly changing landscape, or sometimes like an old friend that changes gradually over the years. In either case there seems to be the one constant - change. It seems to inspire the excitement of what’s to come, warn of what may be lost, and cause a reexamination of things we believe to be real. Sunny days turn to storms, downpours into to trickles, for everything changes. More

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About A. Ramsey

I live to write poetry. Many of my poems have to do with change, it's inescapable draw, and the lure of new things that it brings. I also attempt distill emotions and principles that we all know if only on a subconscious level. When writing poetry I have an open mind as to where a thought might go. Sometimes even the simplest things lead to fanciful journey in the mind. Using rhyme, metaphors, and familiar things I put into words the ideas or emotions hard to say.

Why did I write a claims placing process book?
My work involves facilitating the claims placing and auditing process for a major insurance company. This has put me in touch with a large variety of people who are often unprepared for the many steps in the claims process. Getting to help coach people through this, helping them be acquainted with the claim is a great success for me personally. Some miss out on the best benefits that come with being prepared to place a claim, others feel lost and frustrated.

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Review by: AwesomeAndrea on Dec. 20, 2015 :
Out of all the eBooks I get from sites online, this download was a real treasure to find. His blog is great too and I knew when I saw the book offered, it was a must-read. =)
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Karen Stephen on Dec. 20, 2015 :
A. Ramsey has been a delight to follow on Wordpress, each day bringing a snippet that reflects the bittersweet moments in life. And here in a collection of his works are those same small yet meaningful journeys that we take, often involuntarily. He is a master at making unrequited love almost delicious.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: OceansideCo on Oct. 31, 2014 :
I felt like each poem was a journey - not only through special moments you stop and cherish, but also precarious times we all find ourselves in as we go through life. It was as if the good times and the bad were here put into words. I loved the way the proverbial "fork in the road" was pondered in "Intersections". And the poem "Winter’s Touches and Graces" warmed my heart.
(review of free book)

Review by: SydneyMonrelli09 on Oct. 28, 2014 :
I enjoyed these poems a lot & found variety in feelings as I read.
(review of free book)

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