A Germ of Hope: Poems, 2001-2015

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This collection of poems is about today, yesterday and tomorrow. They’re about an unrelenting sun, and a moon that shows up just in time each and every night to ease our stresses. They’re about shadows you never think too much about and past loves that still know how to make you remember a moment of happiness, even when you don’t want to.
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About Edward McLaughlin

Edward McLaughlin is a Philly native, working and writing in Los Angeles. He tries his best to see past things whose shadows interfere with his own and see beauty in everyday occurrences that often go unnoticed. He’s been writing poetry for 25 years.


Review by: Michelle Mynes on Jan. 6, 2018 :
Review by: Michelle Mynes on January 7, 2018

This book A Germ of Hope: Poems, 2001-2015 written by Edward McLaughlin is beautifully written from his heart. Every word is so descriptive and makes you feel like you are there as you read the poems. His poems show so much feeling. He uses very vivid and descriptive words and writes about events that happen in everyday life. Once you start reading his book you will not want to stop reading it as I did. A Wonderful Poet who writes from his heart. I would recommend this book to anyone to read.
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Review by: Gnarlthroattip on June 30, 2015 :
This publication is more important to me than my girlfriend, civil rights or dignity. I'd trade them all for A Germ of Hope: Poems, 2001- 2015.
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Review by: Eric Jeitner on June 25, 2015 :
These excellent poems are candid, genuine expressions of humanity. With clear and direct language, the poet explores the joyful nuances and deep fears that make up our everyday lives. These poems speak to the gut and to memory and to the feelings that make us human.
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