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Whispering Hope

Described as Peoples Poetry, Michael Walsh's Understandable Verse Speaks Heart to the Heart. Readers Draw Inspiration and Enjoyment from Sentiments Vividly Expressed. His Beautifully Crafted Poetic Thoughts Cross Ethnicity, Social Position and Frontiers.

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Whispering Hope: Described as Peoples Poetry, Michael Walsh's Understandable Verse Speaks Heart to the Heart. Readers Draw Inspiration and Enjoyment from Sentiments Vividly Expressed. His Beautifully Crafted Poetic Thoughts Cross Ethnicity, Social Positio by Michael Walsh
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Michael Walsh was born into a radicalised literary family. His father, veteran of four conflicts, was a friend of war correspondent Ernest Hemingway and Irish playwright Sean O'Casey. His mother, Kathleen, was befriended by Spanish revolutionary Dolores Ibarruri (La Pasionaria), Liverpool sculptor Arthur Dooley and Irish writer Brendan Behan. As a seaman Michael visited over 60 countries but his Liverpool roots honed his penmanship. In 2011 Michael Walsh was awarded 'Writer of the Year' by the publishers of Europe's highest circulation newspaper of its genre. He has authored and co-authored nearly two score titles. At the turn of the millennium his poetry collections were selling more quickly than other contemporary verse. In his home city 3,000 copies of two collections, A Sea Veneer of Merseyside and Believing of Liverpool were snapped up in weeks. His Heart to Heart Volumes 1, 2 and 3 in conventional book and e-reader form are now firm favourites. These have since been added to by All I Ask is a Tall Ship and his next-to-last volume, Wine Thoughts Poetry. Whispering Hope completes publication of his entire anthology of over 400 poems composed over 50 years. What is behind the success of Michael's verse? He says, "The secret in my success was to compose verse that everyone can identify with. There is no greater pleasure for me than hearing it said, 'I never read or liked poetry until I read yours. How much I loved it." Tom Roberts; a classical literature scholar. "I doubt if there is anything in English literature that surpasses the quality of your verse. In fact, I would say your Cattle in the Lea is incomparable." Deanna Spingola. Republic Broadcasting Organization. "It isn't just your sensational poetry; it is you reading itthat is so mesmerizing. A self-indulgent romantic, his verse bares the romantic soul and brings to the surface youthful passion and poignancy. Of deep spiritual belief and calling, his Whispering Hope Poetry will be comforting and inspiring for those who are or have been bereaved. He sincerely believes that some, not all of his verse, was inspired if not written by an ethereal presence from which he drew assistance."

Author Biography

Michael Walsh was born into a radicalised literary family. His father, veteran of four conflicts, was a friend of war correspondent Ernest Hemingway and Irish playwright Sean O'Casey. His mother, Kathleen, was befriended by Spanish revolutionary Dolores Ibarruri (La Pasionaria), Liverpool sculptor Arthur Dooley and Irish writer Brendan Behan. As a seaman Michael visited over 60 countries but his Liverpool roots honed his penmanship. In 2011 Michael Walsh was awarded 'Writer of the Year' by the publishers of Europe's highest circulation newspaper of its genre. He has authored and co-authored nearly two score titles. At the turn of the millennium his poetry collections were selling more quickly than any other contemporary verse. In his home city 3,000 copies of two collections, A Sea Veneer of Merseyside and Believing of Liverpool were snapped up in weeks. His Heart to Heart Volumes 1, 2 and 3 in conventional book and e-reader form are now firm favourites. These have been added to by All I Ask is a Tall Ship, his next-to-last volume, Wine Thoughts Poetry. Whispering Hope completes publication of his entire anthology of over 400 poems. What is behind the success of Michael's verse? He says, "The secret in my success was to compose verse that everyone can identify with. There is no greater pleasure than hearing it said, 'I never read or liked poetry until I read yours. How much I loved it." Tom Roberts; a classical literature scholar. "I doubt if there is anything in English literature that surpasses the quality of your verse. In fact, I would say your Cattle in the Lea is incomparable." Deanna Spingola. Republic Broadcasting Organization. "It isn't just your sensational poetry; it is you reading itthat is so mesmerizing. A self-indulgent romantic, his verse bares the romantic soul and brings to the surface youthful passion and poignancy. Of deep spiritual belief and calling, his Whispering Hope Poetry will be comforting and inspiring for those who are or have been bereaved. He sincerely believes that some, not all of his verse, was inspired if not written by an ethereal presence from which he drew assistance."
Release date Australia
December 24th, 2014
Author
Country of Publication
United States
Illustrations
colour illustrations
Imprint
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Pages
74
Dimensions
152x229x5
ISBN-13
9781505715323
Product ID
23704021

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