Love Poems-- is a collection of the finest love poems and
thoughts by Frederick Douglas Harper. The author ingeniously organizes his
poems into six sections of the book: (1) romantic poems, (2) nostalgic love
poems, (3) sensual love poems, (4) poems on love lost, (5) poems on love
restored, and (6) poems on love of family, children, friends, and nature.
Harper's universal themes in his Love Poems-- are timeless and enduring
for all humanity, and, thus, the book's reading and value will be priceless for
years and generations to come. The wisdom, spirituality, and overall power of
Harper's love poetry have been compared to Kahlil Gibran's redemptive love
poems in his classic book, The Prophet.
In Love Poems--, Harper conveys therapeutic
and educational messages to the reader through the insightful meanings in his
creative verse and thoughts. He teaches the reader the significance of
unconditional love, how to deal with lost love in a non-destructive manner, how
to forgive and love again, the need to savor romance and romantic memories, and
ways to understand and tolerate individual differences that can often threaten
a loving relationship. Love Poems of Frederick Douglas Harper also
includes precious nuggets in the form of brief inspirational thoughts on love
and relationships, found in the last section of the book.