Rated 4.75/5 based on 4 reviews
A little poem looking back on life. A remembrance of days gone by.
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Words: 170
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370056927
Tags: poems
About James Hold

"First you're an unknown, then you write one book and you move up to obscurity." — Martin Meyers

I published my first book in 2004. It became an immediate collector's item. I know this for a fact as I have several hundred copies collecting dust in my attic. Critics everywhere said it belonged right up there between Ernest Hemingway and Robert E Howard—on an alphabetical bookshelf.

My influences include Rocky & Bullwinkle, 1950s sci-fi movies, and silver-age comics.

I live in Texas with my Princess wife, and cats Rocky and Dusty. You can contact me at jamesroyhold@gmail.com.

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Review by: Mike White on July 15, 2017 :
Almost anyone who has a lot of childhood nostalgia will be able to relate to this poem, particularly if they had a rustic early life.
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Review by: Michelle B on May 12, 2017 :
I will have to pass on reviewing this new series from Mr. Hold. I never liked poetry when I had to study it in high school and for me the best stuff is to be found is to be found in the country music lyrics of Harlan Howard and Marty Robbins. Still I will give this 4 stars for the author's honesty in his introduction to the series.
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Review by: Andre' Mwansa on May 06, 2017 :
A nice little poem, about life. Where you come from, the memories that little thing have of you.

I'm already beginning to like this series. Keep bringing Mr. Hold.
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Review by: Malcolm Torres on May 05, 2017 :
This poem reminds me of childhood. My grandparents had a house in the country and the family would go there in the summertime. All the kids were playing hide and seek and the parents would be at the dining table and around barbecue. That old house is no longer in the family but it lives on in my memories. This poem captures those times perfectly.
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