Eulogies Unchained

A Collection of Poetry

by by Rosemarie Druch



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/6/2001

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 112
ISBN : 9780759649828
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : E-Book
Page Count : 112
ISBN : 9780759649811

About the Book

This book Eulogies Unchained is about affirmative struggles through tragedies and the serenity is found within and without sometimes along the rocky road to light in free verse and rhyme as the Bells on Bells Chime with symbols of freedom in the city with the Liberty Bell! And unlike some poems in Seasons in Shadow the first solo collection by this author/artist. The odes especially to suicides (especially of the friends and daughter of the author) are balanced in this volume with sounds turned pictures of reaffirmation cemented in hope to life in all its myriad colors, cycles and dreams.

About the Author

Ms. Druch was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where she still resides. In high school she was published in the literary magazine all four years. In college, she majored in English literature. After leaving college she, spent her early adult life caring for her husband and two children – her daughter Eva Marie died in 1985 and she is presently divorced and has a surviving son Leon. She is an accomplished pianist and a professional artist as well as a professional writer, having taken a number of visual arts (mainly watercolors) courses. She has had five group shows and eighteen one-person shows and continues her works. Her poetry has been professionally awarded, recorded, published numerous times locally, nationally, and internationally in Philadelphia Poetry Forum, newsletters, anthologies by the National and International Library of Poetry, and she is a lifetime member of the International Society of Poets. The first solo book of poetry Seasons in Shadow was published by Sterlinghouse Publisher, Pittsburgh, PA in 1996. This is her second solo poetry collection. She’s also had three songs she wrote recorded by Rainbow Records, California and has sold some of those cassettes as well as illustrations, paintings, and poetry.