Illusions of Loneliness

Loneliness, in a manner of speaking, is coming out of the closet and admitting that you are one of the lonely. The themes in these poems can be a little challenging, but no good change comes without the pain of self-recognition. Loneliness is becoming a topic in the news, but strategies to help the lonely may be a long time coming - take the initiative yourself and start healing with these poems. More
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About Wild Rose Cherry

When not writing, I can be found daydreaming in my sunroom or painting my partner's splendid toenails. I like to write poetry and fiction that either titillate, provoke, or both. Much of what I put to paper is based on my personal experience and private fantasies - it's hard to distinguish between the two, even for me. I have a sweet little cat I call Quigley, and she spends her time on my lap while I write. I don't know what matters more - our dreams, reality, or the transformation of dreams into reality. Quigley seems to know as she purrs away, but she can't say. That is why us humans spend so much time searching and creating - we want that elusive moment when our animal nature is in harmony with our intellects, and we can, for a moment, see through the eyes of the human animal. There is magic in the air all about us, if only we look for it.

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About the Series: Roads that Lead to Love Poetry
There are so many obstacles in life which we must overcome before lasting contentment and love are found. There are illusions about ourselves, others and the world which must be addressed before we can know ourselves and human nature clearly enough to make strong bonds with others.

There is also the question of courage. Courage is really just desire unleashed in the sufficiently aware person. Courage is more important than confidence, and its use can lead to a rapid rise in one's self-worth.

Love is what it is all about. Perhaps the greatest contributions we can make to those around us and the world in general are when we allow our love to unfold, express it with courage, and accept the results of our efforts.

Roads that Lead to Love will help the poetry reader see who they are not, who they really are, and then extrapolate their self-knowledge to an awareness of the reality of others. Read, and enjoy.

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