The Bride’s Gate and Other Assorted Writings
Do yourself a favor and read The Bride’s Gate and Other Assorted Writings from cover to cover. You will still love the effect, but in a more organized way.Amazon USA
The Bride’s Gate and Other Assorted Writings: A Modern Eclectic Reader for Modern Eclectic Readers Paperback – August 20, 2021 by Lenora Rain-Lee Good (Author)
- Publisher : Cyberwit.net (August 20, 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 247 pages
- ISBN-10 : 818253772X
- ISBN-13 : 978-8182537729
- Item Weight : 11.2 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.5 x 0.62 x 8.5 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,201,944 in Books
“Where have I been? Lenora Rain-Lee Good’s The Bride’s Gate and Other Assorted Writings was published and released in 2021. https://www.cyberwit.net/publications/1742 In her book Lenora offers a diversified medley of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, sprinkled with her charming commentary. She delightfully breaks the fourth wall of her work. In this way she magnifies the intimacy of the writing itself, making her creations even more personal. Lenora Rain-Lee Good understands that we must touch each other, which may have something to do with her Catawba Native American roots. When I first began the book, I read it as if I were selecting flowers in a teeming field of color. Do yourself a favor and read The Bride’s Gate and Other Assorted Writings from cover to cover. You will still love the effect, but in a more organized way.
In the poem Saving Against Alzheimer’s, Ms Good writes:
Knot that scarf over your heart; hold it tight. Keep the
good nouns close, the happy verbs a part of your life.
Hold onto the scarves, the knots, as you sail off the bridge.
Your nouns and verbs will survive.
I am happy to say the intimacy of Lenora’s work is unquestioned and a comfort to those familiar with Alzheimer’s. She provides much more than stories through the fiction and non-fiction offered in her book. Lenora, much like a storyteller around a sacred camp fire, tells you the backstory, not unlike a magical password. The care and love of that process both shatters and delights the reader.
Read Things I Miss-Accents, and Lenora will take you on a journey of beloved memory that will prompt you to extract your own recollections. That is the feature with her Lenora Rain-Lee Good. She prompts you to think. To engage in your world. I have so many favorites, but if I am coerced to pick, I might suggest May You Live in Interesting Times, or Google Really Is Your Friend. Honest. Trust Me. You will delight in Lenora Good’s interest in the history of China and Asian tradition and culture. Lenora Rain-Lee Good should have worked for the missionaries, but fortunately her writing has the benefit of a more reasonable and human approach. She converts everyone to her muse, whatever that happens to be in her collection of concepts, shining brilliantly in her sky.
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