Book: A Winter Walk by Ethan Westcategories: Book, Poems, Dark, Reflective, Montana, Deep, Edgar Allen Poe, Poetry
Ethan Westabout this book: A Winter Walk is a book that has been 2 years in the making. I live in Montana and always used to take walks by the railroad. Whenever I needed to reflect and write I would go out into the cold Montana air and feel at home. Since I began my "Winter Walks" I have been featured in several collective works however this is my first attempt at a complete collection. I am one of the most popular writers on Writerscafe.org and my work has been featured in several other websites.
It's very hard to really place my writing in a specific category. The poetry is similar to that of Edgar Allen Poe and has a very classical styling. It is nothing less than my heart and soul poured out in well thought out articulate sentences that will not only keep you interested. But also make you ask questions. The reflections of morality and mortality are woven intricately in 70 collected poems. My work has meant something different to everyone who reads them if you purchase my book you will absolutely not be disappointed.
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