Saturday, March 11, 2017

The Heart's Journey Home by Natalie Ducey, Review by Patricia A. Guthrie

The Heart’s way Home. By Natalie Ducey

“The potential of the human spirit has always amazed me. Through poetry, I try to capture the
Essence of the fragility and the resiliency of our hearts; the brilliant beauty of life’s journey.”
And that Ms. Ducey does. We learn about love lost and gained, loss through relationship crisis, reckless words, misunderstanding, death and abandonment.
We also learn about love through love gained through “love at first sight,” maturity, wisdom and friendship.
Or, can love be an illusion?
Ms. Ducey captures the emotions of love in her poetry. Except for some awkward phrases and cadences in the poetry text, the sentiments are beautiful and well worth the read. It is the kind of book that you want to read over and over to make sure you haven’t forgotten something.
“Close your eyes, sweet darling
Let your dreams set you free
Your sear soul can rest

As your burdens release.”  From Fallen Angels

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