Bloomington, IN, January 13, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- New Poetry Collection Offers Words that Uplift in Difficult Times.
With so many Americans struggling, Keenan Robinson offers his new poetry collection, Behold the Eyes of an Eagle, as a source of motivation and encouragement. His words were written to provide inspiration to anyone who is trying to make it through challenges in their lives.
Robinson uses a unique free-form structure for each of his poems, which touch on everything from the sorrow of the world hunger crisis to the joy of realizing that love, above all else, is the only thing that can bring true happiness.
His poem “We Can” illustrates his style:
We, together, can make the change; evil and hate don’t have to be entertained. Let’s challenge one and all to love that which created us, to be equal—the colors differ but the spirit is the same. Just once, see beauty, love, and the truth as colors blended together, voices united, and life is all that will remain.
Hoping that readers will gain “confidence and a feeling of true belonging in a world where good still exists,” Robinson conveys a sincere concern for humanity.
“It’s a vision about love and seeing past the obstacles, enduring patience, and giving back to a world that sometimes seems so unfair,” Robinson writes. “It’s a book about togetherness through understanding and faith, and using your God-given talent to motivate others.”
A compelling assortment of short, but powerful verses, Behold the Eyes of an Eagle will inject positive energy into the lives of readers, especially those whose circumstances have caused them to lose hope.
About the Author
Keenan Robinson is semi-retired from the United States Postal Service and previously spent six years in the U.S. Army. The author currently lives in Houston with his wife of 25 years, Jacquelin. They have two children and six grandchildren.
For more information, contact: Teresa Hale