Lovers and Other Strangers: A Poetic View of the Male/Female Relationship by Marvin Dozier

Lovers and Other Strangers: A Poetic View of the Male/Female Relationship

byMarvin Dozier

Kobo ebook | May 1, 2013

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Marvin Dozier has an innate creative ability. He is quick to point out that "the male/female relationship is like a wheel in constant motion; always moving, but sometimes going nowhere". He has created personalized poems for the individual or couple; which truly reads as though they themselves have written it. He has a keen insight into the feelings within the many people for whom he created a poem. This experience, in combination with his two practiced Masters; one in Social Work; the other in Human Services; has provided him with a well-rounded understanding of people he engages. His book is a compilation of selected pieces of original work; spanning over four decades. He examines the Male/Female relationship through a series of poems, prose, and essays. He presents a unique understanding of the various stages and phases within the female/male relationship; writing from both perspectives of the correlation; exposes the ups, downs, love, joy, anger, hopes, dreams, fantasies, truth, lies, deceit, honesty, drama, stability; changes, bitter and sweet, failures and successes. It is experiential and imagination. His feelings are spilled upon the pages, for the most part, from an experiential nature. He carefully portrays the relationships, which - at times - make you look for the tear-stains upon the paper; or causing you to look to the sky for the rainbows he writes about; or the roses in the garden or vase. He takes you into yourself and allows you to clearly identify with that of which he writes . . .

Title:Lovers and Other Strangers: A Poetic View of the Male/Female RelationshipFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 1, 2013Publisher:Xlibris USLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1479795208

ISBN - 13:9781479795208

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