Sometimes you wonder, “Is everyone’s life as drab and colorless as mine?” You do have some good times, but it’s the day-to-day grind that gets you down sometimes. You wish you could add some excitement to your life, a bit of color that would make the day sparkle.
Author Reverend Carl Yount‘s book, Silent Echoes will put an interesting spin into your lives and never think that life passes you by on a slow boat.
His poems will jazz up your life, with every detail makes the reader confident, curious, and inventive. Curious; to discover new ideas, places, people and interests. Confident; to not be scared to make mistakes and inventive; to think outside of the box and constantly come up with new ways of doing things.
Silent Echoes is a journey of poetry with influences ranging from romanticism authors romanticism (William Blake, John Keats, PB Shelley) to surrealism (Arthur Rimbaud), to idealistic philosophy (Immanuel Kant), to Aristotle and of course Frederick Niche.
Reverend Yount magical appeal has the shape and quality of a conversation with his readers, a tale of people and places he had been through and been with. His personal details include his carnival circuit stint during his teenage years, to odd jobs ranging from dishwashing to construction. He used to work with people with Dementia and is a Certified Grief recovery specialist.
Yount is a writer with a heart and soul, he is able to make clear of emotions and passions. It is a powerful and beaming memoir that would shape the soul of readers and gain a plethora of life experiences.
The book is available in all major online retail book stores!
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About the Author
Reverend Carl Yount started upon a life on the road when working the carnival circuit starting at age fifteen. He traveled with a small outfit around western New York in the summer seasons, then taking off to other parts of the country working various unskilled and skilled jobs ranging from dishwashing to construction. He spent much time with poets and artists in New York City/New Jersey, wandering from coffee shop to coffee shop having philosophical discussions. His poetic influences range from romanticism (William Blake, John Keats, PB Shelley) to surrealism (Arthur Rimbaud), to idealistic philosophy (Immanuel Kant), to Aristotle and of course Frederick Niche. This period of over ten years was filled with poetry, art, philosophy, and spirituality. Traveling cross-country on diverging roads between New York and LA by car, train, and bus, he gained a wealth of life experiences.
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