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Horizon's Place And Time Meet: Collection of Poems by Cara E. Moore

by Cara Moore

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Facebook page for Horizon's Place And Time Meet https://www.facebook.com/pages/Horizons-Place-And-Time-Meet/265271246879347 The poem "A Cheerful Canvas" http://www.gaias-garden.co.uk/library/ACheerfulCanvas.html An article about the collection appeared in the August 2007 Writer's News and can be read on the Facebook Page.

This poetry collection was reviewed in the July issue of the Seventh Quarry: The Swansea Poetry Quarterly, this journal is available online at http://www.poetrylibrary.org. "Horizon's Place And Time Meet by Cara E. Moore, published by the author. Poems that display integrity in their questioning of the big issues of mankind and the small moments of individuality. The voice is clear, crisp, and direct. A first collection that has an accompanying c.d. Information available from (gives cara e moore's website) Book price £5/$7 --seventh quarry summer issue.

Amazon.co.uk book description: Collection of Poems by Poet Cara E. Moore including photographs taken by author. Horizon's Place And Time Meet is a collection of poems that span over 20 years and have been featured in Art Galleries, National Writer's Association Mayfest Competition, Poetry Journals, Poetry Workshops, Public Readings and as a feature at the Funky Craft Fayre monthly event. Photographs taken by the poet are also featured to illustrate poems. The title is taken from the first poem, Horizon's Place And Time Meet. The theme of the collection is about what the focus of the poet's life will be and how to draw happiness and enlightenment from daily experiences.

Also on http://www.blurb.com/b/2011093-horizon-s-place-and-time-meet as a paperback and as an iPad version. ( )
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