by Claudette Clark Knott
The collection of poems, serious and humorous, has immediate appeal to readers in all walks of life. They represent actual situations and people the author has encountered during her lifetime that were either inspirational or irritating.
Subjects like adultery, death, bigamy, and others with arousing themes will immediately prompt readers to think of persons and situations that caused them to respond with similar thoughts. The authorís hope is that these poems will help people to realize that humor can be found in any situation and it can aid in the healing of such pain.
These poems will be well-remembered!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Born in Mobile, Alabama, Claudette Clark Knott attended Central High School where her love for poetry was fostered by reading and listening to Shakespeare, Chaucer, and Bede. During the Phase Out period of Brookley, AFB, she was relocated to Sacramento, California to McClellan AFB as a computer operator and retired in 1969.
Embracing her love for poetry, she eventually developed her own style which uses sarcasm abundantly and begn sharing her poems with family and friends.
Ms. Knott, a divorcee, and her five grown children still live in Sacramento where she is busy writing poetry and pursuing other artistic expressions.
(2004, paperback, 164 pages)
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