“Expressions of the Heart: Poems, Prayers, and Reflections on Nature, Faith in God, and Christmas” is a collection of poems by Kathy Phillips that she invites poetry lovers and readers to savor and wallow in. Eighty-four sincere poems about nature, love, relationships, seasons, faith, and one of the most popular holidays, Christmas, are included in the anthology. With revelations that touch the heart and spirit, Kathy leads readers on an emotional and impromptu lyrical trip, inspiring them to give thanks for everything life has to offer.
Poetry writing has been Kathy Phillips' passion since the sixth grade. She wrote the words on napkins, envelopes, or the backs of church bulletins depending on where she was when they came over her. Newspapers, high school, and national anthologies have published her poems. Kathy reaches out to the lost using her poetry as a platform. Her heart-wrenching writings that arouse faith, hope, and love are a clear indication of her love for God.
“Expressions of the Heart” contains poetry about nature, and humans In addition to a separate part of Christmas poems, Expressions of the Heart also includes poetry about the natural world, interpersonal relationships, and religion. Both poetry that required more effort and some that were rather simple to create have been included by Kathy. Many of these poems speak to the highs and lows of life as well as the issues that Christians frequently wrestle with. The poems in this book are organized chronologically since it's easy to see an author's development and maturity by tracking changes in their work over time.
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Expressions of the Heart: Poems, Prayers, and Reflections on Nature, Faith in God, and Christmas
Author: Kathy Phillips
Publisher: WestBow Press
Published Date: September 24, 2019
Book Genre: Poetry
About the Author
Kathy Phillips has been writing poetry since the sixth grade. Her original files contain “scribbles” on napkins, envelopes, and the backs of church bulletins, depending on where she was when the words came to her. Her poetry has been published in newspapers and both high-school and national anthologies. Ms. Phillips lives in the woods outside of Huntsville, Texas with her cat and assorted wildlife.
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