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Past, Present, Poet: Poetry, Philosophy, and Penning from One Man's Unique Perspective | [Alan L. Rein]

Past, Present, Poet: Poetry, Philosophy, and Penning from One Man's Unique Perspective

From the death of an infant to a fallen hero, a look at absence and the pain of depression, and undying love that lasts a lifetime, Past, Present, Poet chronicles Alan's adventurous life with insightful rhyme and thoughtful prose. Alan L. Rein will inspire readers to examine life more closely and give thanks to God for both blessings and adversity alike.
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Publisher's Summary

What will you remember? A tiny hand reaching out to yours? The love you felt on your silver anniversary? The American flag waving in the wind? Mission work done in Guatemala? Poet Alan L. Rein shares his unique perspective of the world in Past, Present, Poet, a collection of poetry, philosophy, and penning from one man's unique perspective.

From the death of an infant to a fallen hero, a look at absence and the pain of depression, and undying love that lasts a lifetime, Past, Present, Poet chronicles Alan's adventurous life with insightful rhyme and thoughtful prose.

Alan L. Rein will inspire readers to examine life more closely and give thanks to God for both blessings and adversity alike.

©2009 Alan L. Rein; (P)2009 Tate

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