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Close and Personal: Crystal Reign Brock

Local poet Crystal Reign Brock has released her first poetry book “Considerations of Life poems and expressions.” This is her first book in print but she has contributed to several online writing publications. For Examiner.com she is the Charles H. Wright Museum Examiner, she as posted articles and poetry at Helium.com, Life123.com, and Lulu Poetry (www.poetry.com.)
“Considerations of Life” is about everyday life from a deeper personal perspective. It’s poetry written through the eyes of an individual who sees more than what is on the surface. The good side and the not so good side of life, the side of life that people rarely want to talk about. In her poetry you will hear passion, sadness, happiness, anger, and honesty. She opens up about lost love, disappointments in her life, and how she feels about not being a butterfly. One piece “Dear art, I love you” touches on how she not only feels about art but also how she thinks it’s highly overlooked. She may be right. Think about it the first programs cut by schools due to lack of funds are art and music. Although people talk highly of how art has influenced or enhanced lives it’s not considered a necessity. Crystal Reign Brock however can’t seem to live without as she deeply expresses in her poem.
There are many sides to Ms. Reign, some that she voices openly about like her volunteer work, how she feels about the importance of voting, and her feelings. She rarely discusses her religious views, relationships with parents and siblings, or about living at the YWCA in NYC after being abandoned by roommates. Something to look forwards to I guess? “Considerations of Life” is available at www.xlibris.com/considerationsoflife.html. Crystal Reign Brock currently resides in Michigan and enjoys acting, yoga, and well life.

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freeflowpoetry says ... on Saturday, Jan 15 at 10:51 AM

Thank you, some of my poems are about personal experiences that I have had, so that is why they are written like that. I'm glad you enjoy my work.

lakita says ... on Friday, Jan 14 at 12:30 PM

I like how you show yourself as if you are the character in the stories and poems thAt you make.

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