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About the author:
Just Patty is the poet name used by the award winning Dutch author Patty van Delft.
Why the name 'Just Patty'?
Because writing poetry is a naked reflection of the heart and soul, nothing more and nothing less.
It's 'just you' without decorations.
The poetry by Just Patty is mostly a combination of dark thoughts, loss, grief, love and the courage to continue fighting no matter what.
'I have always being attracted to the more darker forms of poetry, I adore Edgar Allan Poe. Maybe because dark poetry seems to be more raw.
Before I started to write dark poetry, the darkness was already inside me. Always lurking right beneath the surface, waiting till I lost my strength so it could consume me.
Because I let it out now every once in a while by writing, I was able to tame the beast and be the person who I am today. Me, without restrictions or suppression.'
The art that Just Patty uses to illustrate her poetry is made by her.
She models for her own photos and does the editing as well.
Patty van Delft, Just Patty
My Whisperings is the second poetry book written by the heart and soul of Just Patty (Patty van Delft), the author of My Wings and the award winning Dutch fantasy novel Drägan Duma - Zij Die Hoort.
In My Whisperings, Patty explores the depths of emotions even further.
This book contains 80 poems, 20 short poems and a collection of photographic artwork made by the author herself.
A collection of dark poetry with rays of light.
Many will be able to relate to the rollercoaster of emotions the poems in this book describe so honestly.
Emotions that often stay hidden inside come to life through the art of words.
Fear, pain, loss, anxiety, hope, joy, love, strength and courage.
'Poetry is a way of showing your darkest thoughts and deepest feelings through the art of words. Listen to the music of your soul and let your pen dance to the rhythm.'
- Publication Date:
- 150275097X / 9781502750976
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6" x 9"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Poetry / American / General