The Break of Dawn: Collection of Poems by UK Born - Jamaican Writer, Fiona B Wright
"There's a dream making an enormous squeal, begging to be seen and heard with a LOUD reverb!" --quote from new book "The Break of Dawn", poignantly written to prompt the reader to uncover their own breakthrough and discover inner strength.
By: Cool Mintz Media
The book begins by sharing poetically the imagery of Fiona being home alone after the demise of her marriage. It answers and later explains how she is able to drown into her emotions, understand what void feels like, then capture the desire and appreciation of delicate moments in the form of poetry, deep thought and positive living.
The poems deal with a range of human emotions such as fear, anxiety, courage, love, life, joy and forgiveness, where Wright beautifully brings out the essence of these emotions through interwoven words. Wright's work appeals to especially those who classify themselves as "non-readers"
About Fiona B Wright
A failed marriage put Fiona B. Wright in a dark place. Writing, she found, would become her refuge, and The Break of Dawn, a collection of vividly inspired words and imagery, gave the UK-born Jamaican writer the inspiration and confidence to put her life and experiences on paper for the world to feel. After two decades of storytelling, Wright has allowed her experiences to breathe life, love, forgiveness, gratitude and encouragement in her work. "There's something in The Break of Dawn for everyone," Wright says. "And that was my motivation."
A spoken word artist and published author, Fiona is now ready to hone her gift of storytelling through poetry and spoken-word. Writing, she finds is her refuge. Wright has allowed her experiences to breathe life, love, forgiveness, gratitude and encouragement in her work.
To learn more about Fiona B Wright, please visit: https://fionawrightonline.com.
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