Love and Dandelions is a collection of sixty-two original poems written by the author from 1945 to 1986. He has said "some are corny, some are good, and some are excellent," but all reflect the writer's perception of the human condition over four decades as he developed his skills as a wordsmith. A few of these efforts have been called classics, but if not all classics, they are at least sincere. They are also easy to read and understand, as opposed to the vagaries of others. Ranging in subject matter from the Civil War to Alaska, from Life to Death, and from Hell to New Orleans, Love and Dandelions will interest today's romantic and contemplative daydreamers. An entertaining author's self-review of each poem makes this work unique.
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April 13, 2004
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