A treatise by Cynthia Weathers
Loss and bereavement are universal but in The Hopes and Dreams for
Many Tomorrows, Cynthia Weathers shows us just how personal and individual
they can be.
These poems and prose poems are about how the author dealt with the
loss of her beloved husband and how she was enabled to control her emotions
in difficult situations. The subjects here are loss, love, emotions,
causes and aftermaths and finding something to hold on to.
Additionally, The Hopes and Dreams for Many Tomorrows presents a group
of poems about the loss and bereavement felt by all Americans in the
wake of the terrorist destruction of the World Trade Center on September
11, 2001. Loss and bereavement are indeed universal and Cynthia Weathers
speaks for us all.
This treatise touches
every human condition in a style that is honest, direct and poignant
told as only a female who has experienced all of life’s bumps
and scrapes could. Yet compassion, understanding and love replaces
regret, bitterness and hatred for Cynthia Weathers as a magical theme
emerges from her gifted pen for the whole world to ponder and enjoy.