"* TAWNYA H. (Female, age 31) from NEBRASKA*
53. "LOVE: Poems by Danielle Steel".. by Danielle Steele (*****)
Danielle Steel pours her heart out in this great book of poetry. She dedicates this book to John, the love of her life. She touches upon and writes about all the different aspects of love; laughter, smiles, pain, misunderstanding, confusion and heartbreak. She puts great feeling into her writings with such style and elegance. Her poetry is as unique as her novels. Her poetry is easy to read and very enjoyable. Some of my favorite poems are: 'From Opposite Ends', 'Peeling Away', 'Silence', 'No One There', 'Lies', 'Trying to Pretend', 'Carved In Stone', 'Year of the Bears', 'Dread', 'Peekaboo', 'Cold', 'I Go', 'Desperation', 'Fragile Moments', 'Fear Not, Farewell', 'Bereft', 'Crash Into My Life', 'Sketch', 'Someday', 'If I Can', 'Fingering Our Land', 'Couples', 'Are You Still There', 'Pretend Forever', 'Snow In Your Hair', 'Only Close', 'The Inside of Your Arm', 'No Man, Our Man', 'Come Back', 'First Hello', 'Now I Want the Have', 'Hurray for the Leagalized Lover', 'Are You Comfortable', 'Champagne In My Shoe', 'Attic', 'Cool', 'Too Much', 'Nary a Care', 'Sunshine Dancing', 'Friend', 'Comfortable', 'The Gift of Love', & 'Each of Us'. So, as you can see, there are a LOT of good ones in this book! I highly reccomend it for any poetry lover!"
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