Poems From The Pond: 107 Years Of Words And Wisdom - The Writings Of Peggy Freydberg by Peggy FreydbergPoems From The Pond: 107 Years Of Words And Wisdom - The Writings Of Peggy Freydberg by Peggy Freydbergsticker-burst

Poems From The Pond: 107 Years Of Words And Wisdom - The Writings Of Peggy Freydberg

byPeggy Freydberg, Laurie David

Hardcover | May 1, 2015

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Peggy Freydberg is proof positive that creativity has no age limit! Just when most people are winding way down, Peggy began writing a lifetime's worth of poems at age 90! Pulitzer Prize-winning author Geraldine Brooks describes Peggy's poetry as having a "stunning intensity and searing emotional impact." Edited by Laurie David, these poems will resonate with anyone who is trying to unravel life's questions about life, love, fear, aging, and loss. Peggy's beautiful poetry proves it's never too late to start writing and be discovered - even if you are 107 years old!
Author Bio: Margaret Howe Freydberg was born March 6, 1908 in Rochester, New York. She had two children with her first husband Sam Sloan, a literary editor and publisher. After Sam passed away, Peggy married Nicholas Freydberg, also a publisher, environmentalist, sailor, and intellect. Peggy and Nick's love of Martha's Vineyard brought...
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Title:Poems From The Pond: 107 Years Of Words And Wisdom - The Writings Of Peggy FreydbergFormat:HardcoverDimensions:132 pages, 7.4 × 9.6 × 0.8 inPublished:May 1, 2015Publisher:Red Hen PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0692376534

ISBN - 13:9780692376539

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"Bound in white linen and containing poems and photographs, along with reflections by Ms. David and others, the book itself is a work of art, and a monument to a long life that touched many." --The Vineyard Gazette