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By William McCoy

ISBN: 9781849910804
Published: 2010
Pages: 97
Key Themes: poetry, relationships, philosophy


Poetry is not as popular as it was at one time. It is not as popular as it should be. Far too many contemporary writers seem to be more interested in trying to impress the reader rather than involving them.

If you have put poetry aside because you found it to be boring, overly abstract or overly intellectual, then you probably have plenty of company.

I wrote SHADOWBYTES with you in mind. Most of the poems actually rhyme and have some sense of meter. Because I use the realm of human experience as a theme, I have never been short on subject matter.

Within the pages of this book, you will find poems relating to religion, philosophy, history, relationships and psychology written with a message in mind. I hope you find something within these pages that stirs you. Most of all, I hope I have rekindled your interest for poetry.

About the Author

Born in 1945, McCoy is semi-retired. Over the past few years he has become an enthusiastic writer with a sincere appreciation of the quiet life. McCoy, married in 1966, has two daughters, four grandchildren, and resides in the suburbs outside of Austin Texas.


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