By: Roger Wayne Turkington
About the Book
Turkington’s poetry moves from profound to epic to the amusingly contrived. His rhythms and alliteration truly transport the reading.
- Richard Wilbur
Turkington's poetry often crystallizes in verbal music.
-Paul Paige, Professor Emeritus of Music, Grand Canyon University
Mirrored strings together vibrant
A carved bridge with his own label
And sound post placed, uniquely able
A noble scroll’s heroic sculpture
Preserved for centuries of music culture
Although luthier is now at rest and gone
His violins are played, his music still sings on
The awardee of the American Medal of Honor, the World Freedom Medal, International Man of the Year 2002, and the Distinguished Service Cross, author Roger Wayne Turkington shares with us his eclectic collection of poetry.
About the Author
Roger Wayne Turkington is a graduate of Harvard Medical School. He devoted fifty years to the science and practice of medicine. Publications of 170 books and original studies were augmented by visiting professorships in 22 American medical centers and in seven European countries. In 1985 he gave the Nobel Lecture in Stockholm.
Roger’s interest in poetry was encouraged by his contacts with Robert Frost in the early 1960s.
(2019, Paperback, 88 pages)