Book: How To Quench A Thirst Born In The Wilderness by Ophelia Browncategories: Book, Spoken Word, Women, Poems, Journey, Life, Love Poems, Poetry
Ophelia Brownabout this book: This book of poetry is like reading a story about an individual woman who has much adversity on the way to finding love. I was inspired by the story of Ophelia in Shakespeare's Hamlet. The primary readers of this book are fellow poets and people who love written and spoken word. This book is a culmination of several years of effort. The title has been within me for many years. The title gives power to the reader to discover what, for them, will help quench the universal thirst that we all have.
The cover was so ideal because it sets the tone and mood beautifully for "Thirst". The hardest part of writing this book was deciding to be so open. Even being so open, I wrote under a pen name. From writing this book, I learned to embrace all the experiences that lead me to today. Seeing so much of my life in print, has lead me past any shame. I accept my journey towards who I've become and welcome what else is to come in the future. This is not an autobiography, but it does reveal a personal side of the author.
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