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By: Lennox Donaldson

The Collector's Dream Vol. 1

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Embark on this soulful journey

with Donaldson’s collector's dream

to bless your being with his beautifully written poetry

allow yourself to experience his divine expressions,

genuine emotions, love for humanity and, his fascinating way

of rhyming his observations, knowledge, and spiritual wisdom

 

Embark on this magnificent journey

Of deep understanding and salvation 

Through gratitude, warmth, affection, loyalty, and positivity


Embark on this reviving journey for

each poem is a treasure

each poem will warm your heart

each poem will teach you a lesson

or you will receive a positive thought

that will set you eternally free.


– Leorah Mcnemir-Rohoman 

Born in Tobago, Lennox Andre Wayne Donaldson grew up in a small village in Les-Coteaux. At an early age, Lennox was embedded into gardening, at both Ricket Well and Silly Cotton, as farming was a part of the community’s way of life. At the age of 9, his father Joseph Lennox Donaldson encouraged reading, every Sunday. By the age of 13, he developed a strong interest in reading, which then inspired him to have the urge to write poetry. Fun fact, Arthur Gray, Lennox Donaldson’s first cousin, was spending time at his aunt’s home in Les-Coteaux during the holidays, and out of curiosity, Lennox asked Arthur, “How do you talk to girls?”


To which, Arthur responded, “Experience is something that doesn’t come in the mail, you have to go and gain it yourself.” Lennox was puzzled and disappointed because he thought his older cousin was going to give him insight on how to speak to girls. In turn, Lennox concluded that he should write his first poem ‘Compassion’.

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