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Earthen Jar

Raynette Eitel

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ISBN 10: 1436382971 / ISBN 13: 9781436382977
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104 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.2in.Earthen Jar is an eclectic collection of poetry written through tears and laughter, pain and pride, silence and music. From a dancing bear in St. Petersburg, Russia to a small pub dog on an isle in Scotland, these poems will charm and touch the heart. The poet gives you a glimpse into memories that are but tattoos on the brain and an evening at a bright Octoberfest beneath a shiny gold beer-barrel moon. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781436382977

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Title: Earthen Jar

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

Book Type: Paperback

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Earthen Jar is an eclectic collection of poetry written through tears and laughter, pain and pride, silence and music. From a dancing bear in St. Petersburg, Russia to a small pub dog on an isle in Scotland, these poems will charm and touch the heart. The poet gives you a glimpse into memories that are but tattoos on the brain and an evening at a bright Octoberfest beneath a shiny gold beer-barrel moon.

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Raynette Eitel was born in El Paso, Texas and spent her early years in the deserts of New Mexico and Arizona. "I never got over the magic of Santa Fe," she says, speaking of one of her childhood homes. She wrote poetry inspired always by the distant mountains and deep blue skies, even as a child, and continued that craft wherever she lived. She lived in Colorado Springs, Colorado as an adult where she was a teacher and school counselor. Raynette's work is published in a variety of literary magazines, including North American Review, Dogwood, and Writer's Journal. Her poetry following 9/11 was included in an anthology, 911: The Day America Cried. "Harsh Country," the first poem in this book, was a first place winner in the Kay Snow contest from the Willamette Writers in Portland, OR. She and her husband, James, currently reside in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she has given poetry workshops and continues to write. Her three daughters and seven grandchildren are, along with her desert home, her inspiration.

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