Welcome to the WordCrafter’s “Poetry Treasures” Book Blog Tour

WordCrafter Poetry Treasures Book Blog Tour

Welcome to Day #1 of the WordCrafter Poetry Treasures Book Blog Tour. We’ve got a great tour planned with guest posts from several of the contributing authors to this poetry collection, and an awesome giveaway. Follow the tour and leave a comment at each stop for a chance to win one of three digital copies of Poetry Treasures to be given away. (Winners will be randomly selected following the end of the tour.)

Many of you may be familiar with Robbie Cheadle’s monthly blog series, “Treasuring Poetry”, which has grown in popularity since she began the series last year, here on Writing to be Read. For those who are not familiar with this series, Robbie hosts one author/poet guest each month, with an interview and review of their latest poetry collection. The series is popular because Robbie asks good questions which are designed to reveal some of the inner poetic workings of the author, and her guests are talented and insightful.

Poetry Treasures is a collection of poetry written by eight of the “Treasuring Poetry” guests in 2020, as well as the poetry of the series author, Roberta (Robbie) Eaton Cheadle. The poetry of the late Sue Vincent is also featured, along with a special tribute to this talented and vibrant poet and human being.

Poetry is subjective, often speaking to the reader in ways in which the author never intended, but are nevertheless just as valid as the ways in which those same words affected the poet. But, there are certain poems that just reach out and grab you, and I think that we have some of those featured in this poetry anthology, or at least I hope that we have managed to capture a few.

To introduce this wonderfully unique collection, we have a guest post by one of the contributing authors, Jude Kirya Italaki. You can find more of Jude’s wonderful poetry between the covers of Poetry Treasures.

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Sometimes the most beautiful things are that way because we are able to share them with others. And once those people leave our lives, the beauty we used to see can turn sour.

All that was beautiful, now mocks me
The resplendent night sky, hides secrets in plain sight
The vermillion sunrise, paints scars in bloody hues
And I hide from all their beauty; because it reminds me of you

However, there are things we will always find beautiful. It is important to discover ourselves, hold on to what makes us happy as individuals, and in turn share this with others. When introduced to beauty we did not know before, it might be crucial to love it genuinely, and instead of attaching it to the people who introduced us, we juxtapose it so that the grief of loss may not taint it.

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We’ve got a great blog tour planned this week to introduce you to this wonderfully unique collection of poetry, published by WordCrafter Press. Contibuting authors include Sue Vincent, Geoff Le Pard, Frank Prem, Victoria Zigler, Annette Rochelle Aben, Colleen M. Chesebro, K. Morris, Jude Kirya Italaki and Roberta Eaton Cheadle, many of whom will be sharing their poetry and their inspirations in guest posts for this tour. I do hope you will join us and purchase your copy of Poetry Treasures, available in digital and print formats.

Buy Link: https://www.amazon.com/Poetry-Treasures-Sue-Vincent-ebook/dp/B0933KSJR9

Poetry Treasures

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27 Comments on “Welcome to the WordCrafter’s “Poetry Treasures” Book Blog Tour”

  1. Honored to be a part of this book. Growing up, I was the oddball because I wrote poetry. Now, I am thrilled to have a Universal community of poets and to be embraced by this community.

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  2. Reblogged this on Robbie's inspiration and commented:

    Kaye Lynne Booth is hosting day 1 in the Poetry Treasures blog tour. This post features talented poet, Jude Itakali, from Tales Told Different blog.

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  3. Hi Kaye, thank you for hosting day 1 of the Poetry Treasures tour and for all your hard work in putting this book and tour together.

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  4. Many thanks, Kaye for this lovely post and all your hard work putting this book together for us. Jude writes such lovely poetry. Thanks again. ❀

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  5. Reblogged this on Colleen M. Chesebro and commented:
    I’m thrilled to share that Kaye Lynne Booth is hosting day 1 in the Poetry Treasures blog tour. This post features Jude Itakali, from Tales Told Different blog. Please enjoy. ❀

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  6. Congratulations to those featured. I really enjoyed and reviewed this on my blog.

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  7. marianbeaman says:

    I read mostly prose, so perusing poetry is like a vacation for my mind. Thanks, Robbie, for this recent collection, which includes dear Sue Vincent.

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  8. Congratulations to all the contributors and enjoy the tour..xxx

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  9. Jude’s insightful post is a great way to kick off the blog tour for Poetry Treasures!

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  10. […] If you’d like to check out what’s happening with the blog tour, pop over to Kay Lynne Booth’s Writing To be Read blog. […]

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  11. Frank Prem says:

    Couldn’t re-blog for some reason, but have done a post over at my place to say what a privilege it is to be included with in this anthology alongside such wonderful writers.

    Thank you.

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  12. TanGental says:

    What a splendid start to the tour!! Excellent

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  13. dgkaye says:

    Congrats to all. Got my copy ❀

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