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The Regret of a Flower` (Review)

I had the pleasure of indulging in the reading of some poetry. The Regret of a Flower by Gail Thornton was a rather amazing read. 

The images in the book will leave you breathless while bringing a tear to your eye. The skill level shown in this book is one that most only dream of achieving.

Did you ever think something as taboo as mental illness could be touched without offending the sensibilities? Gail managed it with class. Love and nature join the line up to add a touch of sensitivity and peace to the work that give it a balance unlike any other.  The range of images gives the reader something to relax to and something to contemplate all at the same time. It's one of those books that once you start it you cannot put it down until you finish it. 
Touching and thought provoking
Click on the caption to be taken to ordering information. Gail Thornton will be here tomorrow for an interview!

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