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After being told by a naturalist at the Wahkeena Nature Preserve that they had no weeds there, Ohio poet Bill Hurley learned a valuable lesson and captured a great book title. In this collection of 31 poems, the poet delivers Remembrance, Whimsy, Harmony, Strength, and Love as sections of a garden for the reader to explore. Quoting Emerson, "What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have not been discovered." Hurley leaves it up to the reader to decide for themselves the virtue of each poem. As New England poet Charles H. Harper stated on the cover, "This poetry is refreshingly accessible, and frequently surprises the reader with an unexpected twist. This is an insightful and delightful book."
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Bill Hurley is a retired video producer and multi-media developer. His business card now reads, "Poet, Astronomer, World's Luckiest Man." Bill is a frequent contributor to The Poetry Forum, Writers' Block at Kafe Kerouac, and Peripatetic Poets, all venues in Columbus, Ohio. He lives in Columbus with his wife Pat, who is also a poet, humorist and a monthly columnist in the This Week suburban supplement to The Columbus Dispatch. This is his first collection.
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Book Description Bent River Press, 2015. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0997033908