Author Heath Brougher: Unsung Sonnet

Meet Heath…

Creative Talents Unleashed

I heard a spontaneous sonnet

sound itself from my lips

I didn’t stop for even one second

to try to write it down.

Instead I just let its acoustics

float off into the air

a present for my solitude and the Universe itself.

©Heath Brougher

Excerpt from the book “Poetic Melodies”


poetic-melodies Preface . . .

There is a human language that encompasses the globe, regardless of race, color, creed or country. Much the same way as laughter or tears, or any of our human emotions. When we see someone laugh, there is a universal language that is communicated by all of us. We know they are happy. Just as when we see someone crying, it is generally accepted to mean they are, most likely, sad. However, the language I am referring to goes beyond the sight of emotions, and runs deeper than the tear streaked lines of a sad…

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