Of Rain and CDS

This week has been an interesting one.

On Thursday I fell into conversation with a colleague and learned that he has downloaded my poem, “Raining” onto his phone. He will, he says read it when in reflective mood, especially while camping.

To read “Raining please visit, https://newauthoronline.com/2015/10/28/raining/.

Yesterday (Saturday 4 February), I was stopped on the way out of the block of flats in which I live by a gentleman who asked
“Are you the poet?”
“Yes” I replied.

I was a little surprised by the question. Then I remembered that the communal noticeboard has a poster advertising my collection of poetry, “Lost in the Labyrinth of My Mind”, which displays a photograph of yours truly, together with my guide dog Trigger.

The poster has been affixed to the noticeboard for several months and I was delighted that it had illicited an expression of interest from my new neighbour.

Never one to lose an opportunity to gain a new reader, I offered the gentleman a copy of my recently released CD, which he was pleased to accept.

The CD features me reading 13 of my poems.

If you would like to obtain a copy please email me at newauthoronline (at) gmail dot com.

You can find details of all my published works here, https://newauthoronline.com/about/.

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8 thoughts on “Of Rain and CDS

    1. drewdog2060drewdog2060 Post author

      Thanks Tori. Indeed they did! I neglected to mention that a gentleman in my local pub (where a copy of “Lost in the Labyrinth of My Mind” can be found along with other books), said how he enjoyed my poetry and asked where he could find out more. I directed him to newauthoronline.com. Best, Kevin

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