The Twain: Poems of Earth and Ether
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The Twain: Poems of Earth and Ether

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Reflective, rhapsodic, comic, tragic, this collection of poems harmonises varied layers of human experience.
Paperback, First, 117 pages
Published 2012 by New Eve Publishing

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Rosy Cole was born and educated in the Shires of England and now lives on the West Sussex coast. A professional writer for thirty years, she has worked as a Press Officer and Publisher's Reader and is a member of the Society of Authors (UK), the Historical Novel Society and the Poetry Society.
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“Nature is bent on new beginning
and death has not a chance of winning...”
“So I don’t think I’ll make Poet Laureate,
but I swear I’m not twisted and bitter,
If finely-wrought talents
don’t weigh in the balance,
I can always write haiku on Twitter.”
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