"Therefore when flint and iron wear away,
Verse is immortal, and shall ne'er decay."
-Ovid's Elegies, Book One, Elegia XV, Translated by Christopher Marlowe
In 2005, Brown, a composer and writer, wrote a Sonnet every day for a year. The sonnets cover a wide variety of subject matter, from love, philosophy, faith, the beauty of nature, and coping with death. All three volumes are available in paperback and Kindle formats.
WHAT YOU GET: These sonnets, crafted in verse, touch on age-old themes of love, faith, philosophy, the beauty of life and nature. A lifetime of reading enjoyment lays ahead as these sonnets are meditative, contemplative, bawdy, humorous and introspective. Please do enjoy them every day, they are meant to be savored.