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Readings from Elysium- Collection of Poetry from the Streets to the Garden

Readings from Elysium is a new book released by A. Benedict Ciavolella.

I'm new to the bloggosphere so please be patient with me everyone!

I just released a book with the title above "Readings from Elysium." It is on Amazon.com.: http://tiny.cc/nss9qw. What is noteworthy and relevant is the poem I wrote- "An Unwanted Guest." A two-page 'epic' about Superstorm Sandy. It is based out of anger, awe and human emotion towards the storm.

Take a look and let's all restore the shore!

-T.

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Tina Rizzitello January 22, 2013 at 05:21 PM
Hi Tony, just wanted to say congratulations on your book, and I'm sure you will do very well!! I'm a real lover of poetry myself.... And also, a believer- that our human emotions are always looking for a positive outlet that can take us to our own unique way of expression- that lay deep with in our heart & soul- through our words. Looking forward to hearing more of where your path is leading you...I will be patient & keep an eye out. I know the feeling of how it feels to begin bloggosphere-ing...And I'm sure that feeling inspired is number one key, right? Maybe, something might hit you- where you need it to--With something I write in my 'daily inspirational messages' on Patch, maybe :-) Thank you for wanting to share yourself with us~ Wishing you the best! Sincerely, Tina Rizzitello
Tony Ciavolella January 22, 2013 at 06:24 PM
Hi Tina, Thanks for the kind words. Readings from Elysium is truly a story about the topics of love and loss under the backdrop of nature. I wanted to write mainly about topics that most people could relate to, while providing an important, colorful and energizing background. Thanks again for the warm wishes. -Tony

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