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SOURCE: Xlibris Publishing
New Book Transforms Powerful Sentiments into Riveting Verse
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (PRWEB) January 12, 2013
Author and poet Dylan Sydney was born in an eventful year where many significant events happened. Inspired by these and his personal experiences, he shares A Grey Side Journal, a memorable collection of poems that touches on a myriad of themes.
In this book, Sydney leads readers into a reflective mood through a “A Gentle Downer” and reveals the wisdom of “A Humble Traveler.” In “A Letter to Danny”, a father pens regretful sentiments to his son, while a heartbroken man ponders on his lingering feelings “For A.M.” Other emotive pieces await readers as they browse through the pages of this compelling work.
Alternating between free verse and rhyme, Sydney effectively transforms his raw thoughts into riveting verse that speaks volumes. As readers immerse in A Grey Side Journal, they will find themselves swept away by the powerful emotions of this evocative anthology.
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About the Author
Dylan Sydney was born about a week after John Lennon was killed, give or take. He remembered his mother saying it was on the news still just after he arrived. Many other significant events happened that year. Regan was sworn in soon later as President of the United States. A baby girl received a baboon heart, and then died shortly after. The Berlin wall finally fell. A space shuttle burst into flames while America watched. Michael Jackson’s hair set on fire during a commercial shoot. He was popular at the time. Music had changed its sound as did hair and clothing trends too. Prince Charles and Princess Dianna’s wedding, and the Oliver North’s trial happened as well. In conclusion, the author saw people cry. Later on, another ship would find its way into nothingness. An iconic patch was broadcasted, before gay was wrong and oppressive behavior was on the move. Neither right, nor wrong by definition were moral. Colors seemed to matter, as humans were able to love each other, yet it was against law and against primitive standards.
A Grey Side Journal * by Dylan Sydney
Trade Paperback; $10.00; 55 pages; 978-1-4771-2494-9
Trade Hardback; $20.00; 55 pages; 978-1-4771-2495-6
eBook; $3.99; 978-1-4771-2496-3
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