The Poetry of Woodland : A Journey of Life and Love on the Trail to Tomorrow by Hans Weag

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A collection of poetry relating to Woodland, Missouri published by Hans Weag with a foreword by Joy Valero. Privately published by McDaniel Roberts Publishing, Moberly, Missouri. Poems include: Mother's Price, The Gift, Tomorrow, Questions of the Soul, Liza, The River, Memories for Tomorrow, Hiding, The Corner, Pop Day, The Tank, Searching in Vain, Forlorn, Find the Key, Echoes on Paper, Morpheus, Saigon, Triumph of Heartbreak, Mexico Lake, Pierced Armor, Teardrops of Joy, The New Dawn, Winter Chill, Each Time, Storm of Joy, Lean on Me, Shadows in the night, Preacher Man, Trails of Yesterday, Cross the Street, Nightmares Like Mine, Like a Mirror, Outshine the Sun, Splinters of Ice, Please Wait, The Whisper of a Lady, Wings of Love, In God's Hands, Scarred, Ghost Town, Writ in Ink, Angels Weep, Meadow Lark's Song, Death March, Looking Back, Her Duty, Love Songs, Suicide, Infamous Bullets, Wind Chimes, Muted Words, Epilogue. The author of this collection of verse is using a pseudonym in order to write more openly about serious life situations. "Hans Weag" is a native of Missouri presently living in the north central part of the state. He began writing verse to friends on special occasions. As he got older, he put away his verses and concentrated on making a living. A friend came into his life and encouraged him to pursue his writing. As you read this book, your heart will be touched by the sensitivity shown in these pages of verse. You will be able to hurt, laugh, cry and love along with Hans as he shares his verses with you.


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