Constant Winds: Up Close and Personal: Seven Decades of Life Journey Revealed

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Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, Dec 28, 2019 - 178 pages
Constant Winds: Up Close and Personal Volume 2 is Andy's second series of Andy's Poems & Poetry Collection. This outstanding collection of eighty poems selected for Constant Winds: Seven Decades of Life Journey Revealed brings together Andy Ibay's intimate thoughts on humanity, his shared memories on family & friends, and honest opinions on socio-politics events -some quite controversial yet unique unto itself. Andy didn't mince any words in his poems. Many are his personal favorites and represent his bold experiments in writing and intellectual explorations. His original thoughts may require a thinking audience. The short verse offers a glimpse of his ideas, depth, and diverse realm. This poetry book could potentially be used as part of a learning curriculum in a college or major university. Between the covers of this book, you'll find a myriad of different themes: living, loving, and laughing. There are some images of successful attempts on art & painting. He shared deep thoughts and self-introspection about mortality, relationships, and dealing with grief, loss. This poetry collection is a great book not only for teachers, students, and educators alike but for Filipino "Pinoy" immigrants and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) as well. For poetry lovers and book enthusiasts, this book transports us to the different places around the world he lived in and visited: Guadalupe, Makati City Philippines, Milton, Ontario Canada, and New Jersey, USA. He also shared random memories of life experiences as an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, and as United Nations (UN) Volunteer in East Timor.If you have never purchased a book of poetry before, purchase this Volume 2 series. It is a must-have, second of the seven books in the works.

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