Michael Peter Smith
Up until about two years ago, Michael Peter Smith hadn't ever considered writing poetry.
Having experienced significant ups and downs in his life...from the joys of falling in love and being married and having a beautiful son...to the downs of getting divorced, losing just about everything, being homeless and starting from scratch..He looked within himself and is sharing on his poetry what is inside his heart and soul.
To him, the most important thing in this world is his son and is trying to get back to a place in his life where he can be the father he wants to be.
After getting divorced he made a vow to himself... “To Thine Own Self Be True” (borrowed from Shakespeare). After having candid conversations with loved ones and being at a turning point in his life, it was pointed out to him that he had lost much of who he was. He made a vow to himself to be true to himself and regain those things about himself that were who he is inside.
One thing is quite obvious...he is a hopelessly incurable romantic!
VideosRamblings Of A Hopeless Romantic
Video Trailer form Michael Peter Smith's first book "Ramblings of a Hopeless Romantic"
Musings Of A Modern Romantic
by Michael Peter Smith
In his second book, “Musings of a Modern Romantic”, Michael Peter Smith shares his latest poetry, once again taking you into the mind of a man who is a hopelessly incurable romantic. His goal as a poet is to illicit a response or bring out feelings from within that will touch your heart and move your soul. He still believes in love, and giving you the male perspective in prose. From love and lust
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