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Tuesday Daydreams: A Journal in Verse

4.80  ·  Rating details ·  5 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Capturing the life and imagination of the author in vivid detail, these poems touch on joy and loss, life's everyday hassles, and the many faces of Mother Nature. ...more
Paperback, 88 pages
Published March 13th 2012 by Createspace (first published March 12th 2012)
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Simon Goodson
Nov 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed this collection of poems. The words sweep you along, painting vivid images and the feelings that go with them. Some of them I absolutely loved - Parkersburg, Startlingly Green and Witness in particular.

Whether you love poetry or haven't read much since school this book is definitely worth a read.
Aug 24, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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Tuesday Daydreams: A Journal in Verse by Kay Kauffman was a delightful read. Her poetry is well-written, the poems are short but descriptive and I spent a relaxing afternoon with this book.
The poems are mostly about the seasons and weather and they were just fun to read.
Whether you like poetry or are looking for a quick read, this is the book for you.
Callum McLaughlin
Feb 27, 2015 rated it it was amazing
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The joy of the poems in this collection lies in their simplicity. The playfullness of pieces like 'Flurry' or 'Nothing' and the beauty of pieces like 'Butterfly Leaves' or 'Autumn's Blanket' combine to make the collective work feel like a charming ode to the seasons and mother nature at large. An engaging, enjoyable read that's easy to sink into. ...more
Roger Lawrence
Mar 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was the most wonderful book of poetry. There is something for everyone here. My favourites are Iambic Pentameter, but Kay's Haiku's are terrific. ...more
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A mild-mannered copywriter by day and a determined word-wrangler by night, she battles the twin evils of distraction and procrastination in order to write fantastical tales of wuv…twue wuv…with a few bad haiku thrown in for good measure.

Kay resides in the midst of an Iowa corn field with her hopelessly devoted husband and his mighty red pen. Their four crazy kids keep them on their toes and, occas

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