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Infinite Summer

(S.M. Shuford Poetry Collection #3)

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"Always and only, the coronal rose
Soulmate of a youth in fragments"

Infinite Summer is spun with a love that peaks and dies like the sun. Inspired by the dual nature of fairytales, this collection of poems is heavy with magic, ghosts, and memories lost to the golden enchantments of a summer's day. Infinite Summer is in equal parts haunting and charming, a macabre kind of
ebook, 22 pages
Published April 30th 2018 by Smashwords
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Trivia & Commentary: "Careful, careful. If you seek somebody strange in the woods, as you would in the primordial waters, you might be unlucky enough to find them."

Infinite Summer is my personal favourite of my ongoing poetry collection, and the cozy home to several I particularly like, such as "Alison", "Eating Blackbirds" and
This is a short poetry work of haikus. They're dark mixed with abstract.

My favorite one is:

Written on her lips
In cocoon silk – intimate,
Muted psalms of love
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These selections of haikus are very vivid in their imagery and paint a picture of a variety of different feelings. They discuss pain, suffering, hope, and love. Through the author's choice of words, you can sense the feelings of the poem's subjects. With 60 different haikus in the collection, it's easy to find several different ones to connect to.

My favorite one was:
"Barbs of hate sting me
But apathy soils my bones
From the marrow out"

I love this one because it reminds you that even when others
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Artist, writer and poet. An anomaly of stardust, idea and luminescent nightmare. I was once a fairytale witch, but found keeping to the diet to be too taxing.
I have reviewed professionally for Realistic Poetry International, and in 2019 won an award of recognition for my work with independent poets.

Some of my books are self-published, some

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“Barbs of hate sting me
but apathy spoils my bones
from the marrow out.”
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