To Feel the Song of Seasons

Verse and Poetry with Letters for the Heart

by Donell Lewis



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/9/2002

Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 112
ISBN : 9781403323873

About the Book

To Feel the Song of Seasons chronicles the existential relationship between feelings felt and love lived. It is an enlightening visit into a definition of romantic love as seen through words.

The verse, poetry, and letters tell the poetic story of love found, love lost, and love searched for. Human feelings are displayed in a way that captivates the imagination of the reader until imagery replaces the words; then feelings replace the imagery, as its message becomes a personal message.

As you read, you will come to feel the author's feelings. You will come to see the author’s sights, and you will smile with knowing. The display of love as written will surely find a home in your memory and you will want to revisit selected words often in your thoughts.

As you do you will come to discover the author’s cadence more precisely. A cadence that will lead you to cherished feelings again and again until you fully understand yourself in love.

Written for those who have known romantic love, and those who have come to understand that the knowledge of the need for romantic love is unique to man.

About the Author

Donell Lewis, J.D., began his poetic journey into romantic love in the late 1960s and it can only end somewhere within eternity.

He is an educator, having worked and taught at Colleges and Universities for over fifteen years. He has appeared as a guest lecturer at national conferences, at various Universities and civic organizations and on radio and television programs.

He is an entrepreneur technologist, having held positions as chief technology officer for colleges and universities; as well as for a successful dot com company.

He is a soldier, a husband, a father, a lover, a friend and a mentor. A man whose understanding of other's feelings guide his every decision, he is a gentleman in the American purist sense.