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Love in Silhouette: Poems Paperback – November 12, 2011
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About the Author
T. L. Cooper grew up on a farm in Tollesboro, Kentucky. She earned a Bachelor of Science from Eastern Kentucky University. Her poems, short stories, articles, and essays have appeared online, in books, and in magazines. She published a novel, All She Ever Wanted. When not writing, she enjoys yoga, golf, and traveling. Currently, she lives in Albany, Oregon.
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T.L. does not so much as tell the reader what to feel or even describes her past hopes or experiences, but rather brings her readers to the threshold and allows them to explore their own feelings, thoughts, hopes and aspirations through the promptings of craftily created verse. As T.L. guided us through some of the darker valley's of the human heart in her first volume, Reflections in Silhouette, she now lifts us to the heights achieved when loved is both realized and at once submitted to. Join her as she takes you beyond the place of shadows into the realm of the gently defined silhouette.
>reflections, covering the whole collection. I was taken by the power of the
>words and stanzas to project beyond the armor of our veneer. The experience,
>or involvement, was rewarding. The poems provided a communication that
>extended beyond cognitive understanding to emotional understanding. Often
>there were intimate resonances, mutual signals of intimacy so fleeting an
>insensitive person wouldn't have noticed them at all.
>I was amazed at the range of emotional expressions covered over the course
>of the collection. Repeated I was shown the importance of reading the
>correct meanings into contemplative silences between partners. Live in
>Silhouette reveals a world that is distinctly and seductively feminine. It
>often seems as if a more eloquent, more fluid expression of your poetic
>emotions has been liberated by your marriage. As regards form, there is an
>impressive alternation of long and short words in concert with long and
>short lines that it inviting and catalyzes the ease on the reader's eyes
>moving over the pages. I came away richer for the experience.