The poems of One Lifetime are presented in the order they were composed. As a consequence, you can approach the book as an autobiography, following the events of Stanley Cratcha's life from marriage and family, to career and honors, to retirement and aging. But unlike prose autobiography, One Lifetime recounts experiences, seen and felt, with the particular sensitivity of the poet's sensibility. Moreover, as you read from early years to late, you'll sense the growing maturity of the verse. The reader is also thus lead through a series of events that entail certain historical highlights as well as intimate expressions of the author's life experiences.
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June 27, 2013
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