Book Reviews: Life Over A Cup Of Tea by Ray Stonecategories: Book, Poems, Anecdotes, Articles, Short Stories, Childhood, Lyrics, Childhood Stories, Blues, Sad Poem, Nonsense Poem, Poetry
Ray Stoneabout this book: I write poetry and song lyrics for my own pleasure. The majority is rhyming pros and I write about life in general. These are some of my earlier works. I am still trying to decide if I should unleash any more onto an unsuspecting public, I probably will sometime. Why not spend five minutes a day over tea or coffee and read something funny, sad, or thought provoking. We all have that moment when we need cheering up.This book was put together one day when I was feeling down. I laughed a lot and hope it makes your day too. A collection of poems, song lyrics, anecdotes etc. Written from the heart and included is my award winning poem – ANGRY SILENCE. I have also had five Blues numbers recorded and I am still looking for a composer to work with. The right candidate must be mad and have a great sense of humour. I hope you enjoy.
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Deep reflectionsEveryone needs a good book of poetry to sit back and relax over a cup of tea or coffee and Raymond Stone's 'Life Over a Cup of Tea' will definitely satisfy all poetry lovers. The book provides us with delightful thoughts on life and shows us how simple and small things in our lives can provide us with inspiration.
This collection artistically combines a great insight into life with a melancholic tone and you will wish to read every piece in the book more than once. Love, loss and how life goes on are the main themes of the poems. Neon City and Angry Silence are my favorites as these two pieces introduce us to different life experiences which might be unfamiliar to many. I recommend Stone's poems to all the musicians who are looking for insightful lyrics for their songs.
I give 5 out of 5 stars again as every time I am impressed and touched by Stone's writing and deep reflections. Look forward to reading The Trojan Towers and his latest novel Twisted Wire. [by Azadeh Nafissi, Screenwriter/Filmmaker]
A Poet and Writer with a wonderful sense of HumorI cried and laughed in equal amounts. This is one of the strangest books I have ever read. It was as though the author got up one morning after the night before and wrote as images and thoughts came into an unstable head. I loved it. Thanks for a great read Ray Stone. PS Some of the poetry really is beautiful. [by Kirsty G.]
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