Thursday Book Feature: The Writer’s Pen and Other Poems

I was delighted to receive this review of “The Writer’s Pen and Other Poems” (audio edition). For the audio edition, which is available from Audible, please visit, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KPN8LT3/. The foregoing link will take you to the audio edition on Amazon. You can also find it by going to audible.co.uk or audible.com and searching for “the writer’s pen and other poems”. Unfortunately the direct link I had to the book on the Audible site returns an error, however searching does bring up my book (

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Since April is National Poetry Month, I hope you’ll take some  time to read a good poem or two. This month, I’ll be reviewing some poetry collections I’ve enjoyed.

The Writer’s Pen and Other Poems

By K. Morris

Copyright 2018.

This short collection contains poems mostly about human nature. When I downloaded the Audible version, I was surprised to discover that Alex Lee, the narrator, is a woman. She does an excellent job. Her reading of one poem about a clock and a refrigerator includes sound effects. Some poems remind me of Robert Frost and other such poets. I recommend this book as a delightful twenty-five minutes of poetry reading.

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