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Narrative Reflections-bookcover

By: Lady Dragon

Narrative Reflections

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Rosemary's Narrative Reflections luminates the darkness which cancer thrusts upon all God's Sentient beings - including mankind.

Reflective, subconscious memories of significant, fragmented dreamscape visions. Dreams that personify her sense of aloneness, delightfully portrayed within stanzas.

Philosophic, ethical, and deeply thought out analysis of cancer's impact upon the mental and physical well-being.

An empathic voice, which echoes with unequivocal optimism, that mankind can defeat cancer; given the scientific, innovative advances.

A powerful and thought provoking chronicle of sympathetic poems combined with philosophical, mythological shadowings.

Cancer Warriors' hopes and dreams for the future are confronted with optimism, and a united sense of camaraderie.

“Clap hands, in tribute to all cancer warriors.”

For during this COVID19 Pandemic- you have all:

‘Fought, the good fight, with all your, might.’

Rosemary Anne Mills is a writer and author but identifies herself as a storyteller who enjoys writing narrative poetry.

She was born in Cheshire, UK, but now lives in the county of Shropshire and is a ‘country woman’ at heart.

Whilst completing her first speculative science fiction novel for publication, she received a diagnosis of having bowel cancer. This knowledge did not stop her from writing and enjoying being a member of a local writer’s group.

She wrote this narrative poetry book, under the pseudonym of ‘Lady Dragon,’ to separate her poetry from her speculative science fiction stories.

The aim of Rosemary’s book is to give hope to all those cancer patients; reminding them that there can be life after cancer.

Cancer does not discriminate between life-forms, and she feels strongly that a cure for all cancers is vital. Meanwhile people must speak openly about fears, disappointments, financial hard-ships, and loneliness associated with cancer because these issues overshadow the healing process.

She states in her book that if her Narrative Reflections helps one person, her time authoring this book has been worthwhile.

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