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Martha Stevens-David Review: "Poems of a Divorcee" by Merawyn Harrison
By Martha Stevens-David
Dec 31, 2015 - 6:17:22 AM

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In these changing days and times, it seems as though all humans, no matter where one lives, have experienced the heart-wrenching emotions that one must withstand when transitioning from marriage to divorce.

These heartfelt poems takes one through memories of a happier time and place to the realization that upon being single once again, one must adapt, change and be proactive in order to gain some semblance of happiness and order in the coming days of separateness.

Having experienced "marriage and divorce" myself, I found that I was able to relate and totally understand what the author, Merawyn, was trying to say in "Poems of a Divorcee" and I commend her for having the courage to publish her poems.

I sincerely hope that others will avail themselves of her poems and maybe find some peace within themselves to carry on. I will recommend this book to others.

Martha Stevens-David

Merawyn Harrison lives in Adelaide, Australia. For more biographical information at

"Poems of a Divorcee"
By Merawyn Harrison
Xlibris Press
Published Dec 30, 2014
ISBN: 978-1-5035-1199-6
74 pages
Softcover $16
Hardcover $25

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