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As It Was: Poetical Works

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With this books comes thoughts and journeys from days gone by to inspire us all today.
A little mystery, excitement, intrigue and magic.
Some surprises for you, some joy and happiness too.
Hope of another day, another life, another way for our future.
'As It Was' is most of all about hope.
A hopeful now brings us a hopeful future.
Kindle Edition, 92 pages
Published November 3rd 2018 by Light Star Guide
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Grady
Dec 27, 2018 rated it it was amazing
‘Backwards, forwards like a clock the hands of time must come to rest.’

New Zealand born poet Louise Hayward has lived in Australia and in London where she enjoyed a career in International Banking. A change in direction led to a diploma in Music and Artist Management. He serves as publicist and PA to Music Promoter and guitarist Gray Bartlett. Now she writes poetry and AS IT WAS is her debut publication.

This eloquent book is rich in sensitive thoughts and other times with many refreshing insigh
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Jan 10, 2019 rated it really liked it
Having such uplifting poetry accompanied by such beautiful illustrations is a perfect match and I enjoyed reading every page. Although the tone did tend to get a little overly sweet when reading many in a row I found I enjoyed this better by dipping in and out while reading other books as I appreciated Hayward’s words better like that. I also think this would be a good book to introduce children to poetry as well as it isn’t overly high-brow the way much poetry is. Simple light and airy verses w ...more
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