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Isolated Dreamer: A Collection of Poetry
by Kristie Moon   

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Publisher:  PublishAmerica ISBN-10:  1604741643 Type: 


Copyright:  January 7, 2008 ISBN-13:  9781604741643

This was originally going to be a poem a day book, but I hit a road block in my life in the form of a bad job and all the people around me deciding I was just a joke on the world. This is the outcome of those jokes.

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This is a collection of one years worth of poetry.  They range from happy and uplifting to sad and very depressing.  Over the past year I have had many ups and downs and my poetry is a reflection of that.  Although they may not be hard to fully understand by most, there is a unique isolated feel to each and every one of the poems.  And it is my hope that in some way everyone that reads this book can understand the pain or joy I felt while writing each and every one.

Each poem is listed in the order it was written, this is so you can get a glimpse of how turbulent my everyday life can get.  This is a reflection of one of the hardest years of my life, I hope you as the reader can fully comprehend that.












































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































There is no one particular person that any of the poems in this tome is about.  It is simply a collection of experiences from my daily life that I chose to convey in poem form.






Person: Life is just so unfair
KristieK: Its good you think that
Person: Why?
KristieK: Because it is.
So the Saying goes:
'If life gives you Lemons, make Lemonade'

What if the lemons life gives you are rotten?
Then what?
Is your only option to make rotten lemonade
that nobody wants to drink?
Or do you make the lemonade and sweeten it
so much to try and hide the taste,
Just to get people to try,
But since sugar can only go so far,
They donít continue,
Because the lemons were rotten after all,

I guess what Iím trying to say is I donít
understand why everybody else gets to make
their lemonade with fresh lemons;
And all I got were these rotten ones.

The Room

Thereís a room in my head.
Itís full of an infinite number of empty chairs.
I try a different one everyday.
Nothing ever changes.
My world insists on staying the same.
Even as I try to shape another, itís still the same.
Thereís a room in my head.
Itís cold, dark and lonely.
Itís full of many empty chairs.
And nothing else.

Professional Reviews

Tulsa World
A unique view at the life and times of a manic depressive. Kristie Moon's writing is not uplifting but a different aspect that really makes you think and reflect on your own life. This is a book I would recommend to any person struggling with who they are inside and trying to live in this difficult society.

Barnes & Noble
I loved this book and would recommend it to anyone that loves reading and especially poetry.

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