A collection of love poems – ambrosia – for the soul. This is not a collection of sappy love poetry about how wonderful someone is. Sure, there is some of that but this collection goes deeper to all the shades of grey and touches all the seasons of love. There is poetry about being in love, about loving someone from afar, about losing love, about new love, and about old love.
Amanda can’t get her mysterious night visitor out of her mind.
Should she meet him again? He had wanted to and she ached for his touch. Now that the rose of her passion has bloomed from the ecstasy of his touch, will she let him kiss the petals of her rose?
This short book of poems will resonate with anyone who has recently lost a loved one.
This book can inspire those who are grieving to express their own emotions in creative writing or simply be an outlet to help vent emotions for those who are not of the writing bent.
Subject matter includes poems about death, poems about love and loss, and poems about suicide or suicidal thoughts.
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