This week on Streets Ahead we’re promoting Miriam Hurdle’s collection of poetry ‘Songs of Heartstrings’:

Songs of Heartstrings depicts a road traveled with optimism, hope and appreciation amid heartache circumstances and an unpredictable cancer. It also celebrates true love and fulfilling relationships.

Miriam Hurdle in her poetry collection includes nine themes: Songs of Nature, Songs of Dissonance, Songs of Physical Healing, Songs of Marriage, Songs of Parenthood, Songs of Tribute, Songs of Reflections, Songs of Challenge, and Songs of Inspiration. Each of these themes covers various aspects of her life experience. Many poems are illustrated with her photos and watercolor paintings.

The poems in this collection are inspiring to the mind, heart and spirit. The readers will resonate with these experiences.

Review:

“A good poetry book that fans of the genre will surely appreciate.” – Readers’ Favorite

Songs of Heartstrings: Poems of Gratitude and Beatitude by Miriam Hurdle is a collection of contemporary poems. In this collection, Miriam has written poems on a number of topics that cover different facets of life. The book is divided into broad categories such as Songs of Nature, Songs of Dissonance, Songs of Marriage, Songs of Parenthood, Songs of Physical Healing, Songs of Reflections, Songs of Challenge, Songs of Inspiration, etc. Each of these broad topics in turn covers various aspects of life under that theme and each poem is based around that subject matter. The poems are fairly short and usually run to a page or two.

I thought Songs of Heartstrings: Poems of Gratitude and Beatitude was a calming book in the sense that most of the poems tend to evoke feelings of nature or peacefulness. The poems cover routine aspects of life for most people and talk about human emotions and experiences in everyday lives. Hence, there is an emphasis on topics such as nature, parenthood, challenges in life, musings and reflections. I tended to like the poems in the Nature and Physical Healing section the most but this is simply a matter of personal preference. Some of my favorite poems include Light and Dark, Edible Garden, and Nature’s Gift of Green, among others. Miriam writes in a gentle, evocative voice and, as such, the poems probably have a universal appeal. I can see young adults and older people alike enjoying this collection.

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