Let's Go on a Sentimental Journey

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Lets Go on a Sentimental Journey
by Anthony Taylor

Have you ever felt vexed by todays fast-paced life, or have disappointments and tragedies taken a tight grip on you that you longed for the days gone by when life was simpler and joys abundant? Has nostalgia enveloped you and made you want to turn back the hands of time to be with a loved one once more?

Anthony Taylors book, Lets Go on a Sentimental Journey, takes us to the past, where some of the famous celebrities were remembered and honored: When Lucille Ball was aroundshe was the supreme comedienne of her day is attested in Going Home. It relives our memories of yesteryears, contemplates on today, and wonders about the future and its uncertainties: my life becomes like a time machine. I can travel into the past, I can stay in the present, but I cannot travel into the future, is imparted in When I Go Across the East River. In Reflections of a Lonely Heart, the demise of a famous actress brings back grief in the healing heart caused by a dearly departed. My heart was healed only to feel the presence of death againI learned the death of Mae West.

Come aboard the time machine and witness a rich tapestry of life experiences worth revisiting.

About the Author

Anthony Taylor obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from Howard University in 1983 and earned a paralegal certificate from Long Island University in 1988. He has been a member of the Academy of American Poets and the National Alliance for Mentally Ill since 2004. The author spent six years as a trustee at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Brooklyn, New York, and currently works as a program assistant in V.A. Hospital. Aside from writing poetry, he also works in songwriting, modeling, and video recording. His first book, Human Expressions, was published in 2002.

(2011, paperback, 52 pages)