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The poet titled this book So Runs the Water because water runs through our lives in so many different ways. Our lives are amorphous; they move and change from day to day, month to year, and year to year. Running water is also amorphous. If we were to take a sample of creek water every hour, for example, and analyze its mineral content, we would find no two samples exactly alike. The same thing goes for the design of snowflakes. No two are ever exactly alike. water is more than a spiritual thing, it's a spiritual encounter--and this collection of poems about water in all its aspects gives readers new insight on something we take for granted.…mehr

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The poet titled this book So Runs the Water because water runs through our lives in so many different ways. Our lives are amorphous; they move and change from day to day, month to year, and year to year. Running water is also amorphous. If we were to take a sample of creek water every hour, for example, and analyze its mineral content, we would find no two samples exactly alike. The same thing goes for the design of snowflakes. No two are ever exactly alike. water is more than a spiritual thing, it's a spiritual encounter--and this collection of poems about water in all its aspects gives readers new insight on something we take for granted.
Autorenporträt
Tom Mach wrote three successful historical novels, Sissy! All Parts Together, and Angels at Sunset, all of which won awards. In addition, he wrote two children's books, The Invisible Twins and The Adventures of Homer the Roamer, both of which received 5-sar reviews. His poetry collection, The Uni Verse, won the 2008 Nelson Poetry Book Award. His poems were also published in Blue Island Review, Imagine magazine, Parnassus magazine, the International Library of Poetry, and The Poet. His second poetry book, The Museum Muse, also received accolades. In addition to winning poetry awards from the Kansas Authors Club, Tom was a finalist in a nationwide Writer's Digest Awards competition. His website is www.Tom-Mach.com