Tilting at Windmills & Words

Tilting at Windmills Words A collection of poetry WordsUnfurled WingsA Writer s LamentSeparationsIf You had Bothered to See Life s Merry Go RoundThe Writer s WindmillAloneMemoriesChildrenThe WalkA DiscoveryThe PaintingThe Libra

  • Title: Tilting at Windmills & Words
  • Author: Regina Puckett
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  • Page: 261
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A collection of poetry.WordsUnfurled WingsA Writer s LamentSeparationsIf You had Bothered to See Life s Merry Go RoundThe Writer s WindmillAloneMemoriesChildrenThe WalkA DiscoveryThe PaintingThe Library

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    • Regina Puckett

      Regina Puckett is a 2014 Readers Favorite Award winning author for her sweet romance, Concealed in My Heart Her steampunk book, I Will Breathe, and her children s picture book, Borrowed Wings, both received the Children s Literary Classic Seal of Approval I Will Breathe was selected as a Science Fiction Finalist in the 2015 IAN Book of the Year Awards I Will Breathe won a silver in the 2017 Literary Classics Award Science fiction dystopian high school Her boxed set, A TOUCH OF PASSION, is the 2016 WINNER of The Romance Reviews Readers Choice Awards.Memories, won first place in the 1st WSBR International Poetry Contest, and her collection of poetry, Fireflies, won the 2013 Turning Pages Poetry Book of the Year.Regina Puckett has been writing for over forty eight years, and lives in Tennessee with her husband of over forty years She has two grown daughters and four grandchildren.She writes sweet romances, horror, inspirational, steampunk, picture books and poetry There are always several projects in various stages of completion and characters and stories waiting in the wings for their chance to finally get out of her head and onto paper The only way she knows to shut the voices up is to tell their stories and to let them live among the pages of her books She loves writing in many different genres because life is too short to be stuck in a rut.Please come and visit me at facebook regina.puckett1reginapuckettsbooks.weebly author show itter ReginaPucket

    710 thoughts on “Tilting at Windmills & Words

    • I enjoyed this collection of poems that, on the surface, are simple and easy to read, however, they are far deeper and filled with words of wisdom. My favourite is A Writer's Lament because, as an author, I could relate.Very good.


    • A look inside: Tilting At Windmills & Words by Regina Puckett This author puts pen to paper and writes about life, bullying, loneliness, love, children and dreams. I don't know how she does it but, I really enjoy her poems. They resonate with all parts of life. Joy fills some pages, while tears can be found also. "The Walk" is one of my favorite, she speaks to children in "Children". It's not deep poetry, it's satisfying. Download your copy today.



    • "The Heart and Soul of Poetry"Author Regina Puckett is so very talented in the wide variety of genres in which she excels. This is a collection of poems which are short, and simply written to inspire one. Beginning with "Words" which can break a heart or heal the soul. Another poem of how an angel can be shunned because of his appearance, thereby one learns not to be quick in judgmentals. Other poems reflect dreams, acceptance, peace, love, and how we all are alone until the end. And more about [...]


    • Beautiful! Puckett is a master poet. Her deep connection to the world around her is evident in the lines on her poetry. I found "The Walk" particularly moving. It brought tears to my eyes. Wonderful work by Puckett.


    • Tilting at Windmills by Regina Puckett is a diverse collection of poetry. Some of them are really quite good, while others are just so-so. All are rhymed, but some of them would be better as free verse. They are, nonetheless, quite entertaining, and if you like poetry, well worth reading.



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