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- Print Length: 337 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1976444772
- Publisher: McGrath House (October 31, 2017)
- Publication Date: October 31, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074RM6XMH
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In a world marked with Hate, Despair and Injustice comes a collection of poems and stories so personal and so life changing that your faith in people, love, hope and tolerance will come shining through as you read each contribution by some talent authors and poets and realize your journey in life to each of the above is LIMITLESS! WITHOUT BOUNDARIES!
The author’s created poems and short stories that fill the pages of this anthology with their personal reflections and dreams as we start with The Good Days a story that will hit home to many readers. A man loss of sight and hinder his world greatly as he relates how he spends his days with the help and love of someone dear to him who has become his eyes giving him a chance to experience the sunlight and the hope of a another day. Hidden Letters is a strong and powerful reminder of placing your thoughts and feelings for someone in a special place yet never revealing them to the person. Completing a letter and placing it in the mattress in her hotel the writer relates her feelings, trepidations and emotions. No address on the envelope that she finds and thinking she might give it to reception to find the recipient the writer reminds herself of doing the same. Finding something underneath the mattress the writer reveals the she unearthed an important secret but what will she do with the letter and what she learned? To You is a poem written as a thank you to someone close to the writer for caring, loving and hoping that he/she will know that you are there for him/her forever which so many of us forget to say thank you for being in our lives. Ghost in the Attic is a charming story about a young girl and an older man who find their way into the attic of a building where they unearth some fantastic long gone treasures left by others. Bess thinking that there is a ghost living up there asked Mr. Mars, the caretaker to take this journey with her and what they find brings back memories as Bess is recording the experience for her sister who is grounded for a week and yet wants to share this amazing story with her and with readers. Finally, in the section titled Hope the poem Leaving Times as one man asks at the end of each stanza after leaving him at the station, part for so long, going to war, will it be the last time they will be together, or WILL YOU STILL THINK OF ME AT NIGHT!
Tolerance: When you listen to the news and hear about the horrors that have happened to so many at the hands of those who hate and want to destroy the freedoms of others we have a special collection of poems and stories to remind us of the true meaning of tolerance and understanding. Morning Trash is a perfect way to remind us that so many are intolerant of people whose skin color is different and the fact that we all have the same red blood and bleed the same. “We are one people. Two eyes, two feet, two hands to hold or to steal life.” Why are humans divided by kind? A hard question that we all need to answer but first look inside you and at your reflections in your mirrors and realize that we are all the same. Did you ever look at the magnificent trees that line the sidewalks, the roadways and the forests and realize how each one is unique and different? Each one stands tall having its own special size, leaves and shape proudly and gloriously letting us know that they are there and their communicating only unto themselves. Trees the author of this story says make him feel accepted. They don’t care if you are different, have a partner or if you are fat, thin or ugly. “ Yes, we are different and YES, I strongly believe it’s OK! Beautifully written, heartfelt and well said. I agree!
Batman’s Fear is a strong poem telling about someone who cannot sleep at night but just like Batman is out there “walking the streets and hoping to protect, save the ones he can help, help those who can sleep, to a peaceful night’s rest.” Finally a submission by Rachel McGrath one of the creators of this amazing collection titled Thieves of Time about two young girls whose friendship came about when one named Anna came to visit her aunt during the holidays and finally after coaxing realized that her neighbor would become her special friend. Growing up and spending fun times together was great until someone came between them and their friendship fell apart. Allowing a young man to take away the one friend who would remain in her heart forever they no longer spoke, no longer acknowledged each other as Anna came one final time in her view and she reflects on their friendship and wished back to the times when they would laugh and play with no cares in the world. Walking the other way one last time would she regret no saying I still care about you?
A collection so powerful, so heartfelt and profound as the many authors share their raw emotional journeys with the characters they have created in a world of possibilities, a world filled with love, hope, tolerance and the joy of knowing that if you strive, push yourself and never give into the hate, despair and injustice you the reader and everyone will find that life will bring you choices, hold no boundaries and you too will see that possibilities for you are LIMITLESS! Rachel McGrath, Grant Leishman and the team at McGrath Publishing have created this anthology to remind us that life’s journey is amazing and no boundaries to hold us back. Read the poems, read the stories and join the authors on their journeys each one different, each one special each one holding nothing back.
In this book you may find stories or poems you agree with and that affirm your believes, while others might be reflective and thought provoking testing your emotions with soul searching on subjects like tolerance and if you have it yourself. And in the ones about love I saw someone I’ve loved myself.
As a short story author and reader, I love to dive into stories from a wide range of situations and subjects as well as the other authors’ styles.
There were poems and stories that had deep meaning to me such as - Hidden Letter; To You; I Love You MOM, Now And Always; and, Dragonfiles And The Great Blue Heron. This is a 5 star read if ever I’ve read one.All profits for this book go to the Amar Foundation to help those scarred by was in the middle east.
While I wouldn’t usually sit down and read a collection of poems in one sitting, this collection had me rivetted and I found I couldn’t stop. There were 3 different themes in the book, love, hope and tolerance which I feel is what the world needs at this time.
I am usually not a huge fan of poetry but I really enjoyed the poems collected in the book. The short stories are what inspired me, especially the one about tolerance and I really enjoyed the one about the great blue heron.
Over all this was a fine anthology written for a good cause and I happily give LIMITLESS 5 stars!
I was a little emotional reading 'I'm not the woman I once was' as I had lost a son. Even though he was grown up the feelings are still there.
I began to list the poems and stories I liked most then deleted when I realised it was ALL of them.
A wonderful book in aid of a worthy cause, this fully deserves five stars.