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Yesterday's Flowers and Other Things. Poetry and Art.

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A collection of unique poetry and original artwork to celebrate a New Year. It is a selection which reeks of flowers, blooms with imagery and displays an array of the collective subconscious.Art and poetry are just one small part of what makes us emotional passionate human beings.
Paperback, 68 pages
Published January 17th 2014 by Emily Sturgill (first published January 16th 2014)
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Michelle
Aug 03, 2014 Michelle rated it really liked it
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Everywhere I go I find a poet has been there before me. ~ Sigmund Freud

'Yesterday's Flowers and Other Things: Poetry and Art' is author/poet/artist Emily Sturgill's 12th release in her chapbook series. Whether she is describing the surface levels or the deepest intensity of emotional states and experience, her words are daring, fearless, and articulate. There is often a vibrant richness in her paintings, drawings, mixed media/collage. Ms. Sturgill's photography captures an expression, moment, or
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Linda Branich
Sep 26, 2014 Linda Branich rated it really liked it
I received this book at no charge from Good Reads First Reads. This in no way influenced my review.

This is a self-published collection of assorted poetry and artwork of several different media, written in semi-journaling style from late 2013 and early 2014. It is not a book to just read through one time. To do so would do the author an injustice. I read it, re-read it, and read it yet again, in order to glean every morsel. Each poem is a tiny window through which one glimpses snippets of the poe
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Emily Sturgill was born in Detroit Michigan, but she was raised in Royal Oak Michigan. From a very young age Emily started drawing. Her other interests were writing poetry, reading and listening to music. In Fall 2006, she began the College of Education: Art Education & Art Therapy program also at Wayne State. In May 2012 Emily obtained her M.Ed in Art Education with a core focus in Art ...more
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