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Wings of the Wind: A Cornucopia of Poetry

Wings of the Wind - A Cornucopia of Poetry by Kym Gordon Moore

Wings of the Wind: A Cornucopia of Poetry is an eclectic full-length collection of poems depicting experiences illustrated through diverse forms of self-expression. Kym Gordon Moore portrays versatility in rhymed and free verse poems that convey stories about people, places, nature, inspiration, cuisine, music, celebrations, epiphanies and inanimate objects. Included in her compilation is a metrical sample of a Pantoum, Limerick, Elegy and Haiku.

Wings of the Wind: A Cornucopia of Poetry contains 81 carefully chosen poems that are significant to the foundation of this collection and easy for readers to identify with. Besieged by segmented poetic elements of flight, your journey through the pages of this book will be entertaining, educational, emotional, nostalgic, stimulating and edifying.

You can find this book by Kym Gordon Moore at the following online outlets:

Wings of the Wind on Amazon.com

Barnes-Noble carries Wings of the Wind: A Cornucopia of Poetry

Outskirts-Press Publishes Wings of the Wind: A Cornucopia of Poetry

Kym Gordon Moore, author of Diversities of Gifts: Same Spirit is an award-winning recipient in poetry contests such as the Edward Davin Vickers Memorial Award and Oneswan Productions Writing Competition. Her poems appeared in Writer’s Digest Magazine, Poets for Peace: A Collection, Reach of Song, Home for the Holidays and The Blind Man’s Rainbow anthologies.

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