In Caught in the Light, Beverly Green presents poems full of twists, turns and unusual conclusions. The author covers a broad range of topics, from loss and grief to hope and friendship. In the atmospheric The Field, Green writes; "A threatening sky pasted with black choking clouds / Brings a menacing evil that crawls in overhead, / We are helpless now, shrouded in its ominous cloak." This contrasts to Peace, in which she writes; "Warming sunlight settled gently, chasing the night away / Painting brightness on my world, in a calm and peaceful way." These poems are best appreciated by dipping in and out of each section, choosing poems depending on your mood.
Beverly was born in England. After working as a youth leader she married and in 1981 moved to Tel Aviv. There she has been involved in the family print business as production manager since its establishment in 1984. Beverly has always enjoyed writing and has written poetry for many years. Her other interests include cooking and travelling.
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All In The Mind
Free Flow Poems and Other Philosophical Works
Roads Into Healing
Incidents and Accidents or a Matter of Life and Death
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