From Dusk to Dawn: The Vicissitudes of Life by Henry Krauss
We’re all boats on the thrashing sea of life. We rise and fall with the waves. People react differently in their tragedies. To read about how people overcome illnesses, war and emotional duress will inspire others to read this book and learn by example. Henry Krauss’s aim is to instill hope in others.
From Dusk to Dawn: The Vicissitudes of Life by Henry Krauss is a unique poetry collection that manages to merge marvelous depictions of natural phenomena, family life, personal dramas, grief, and loss. The short verses are accompanied by photography and illustrations that match each poem’s scenario. With a picture of icicles slowly thawing in winter, a picture of an elegant elderly lady, an ominous ICU ward, or a chirping bird together, they conjure a picturesque, almost bucolic aesthetic. With an expansive range of topics, readers from all walks of life will find something that resonates with them in this impassioned book.
About Henry Krauss: Henry is an avid reader and writer. He retired from government work and now volunteers for the American Cancer Society helping patients get in touch with their thoughts and feelings using his publications, short stories and poetry. You can get your copy of From Dusk to Dawn: The Vicissitudes of Life on Amazon and wherever books are sold.
You can connect with Henry and read more of his work on Medium https://medium.com/@henrykrauss and check out the videos mentioned in this episode on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWrBDOplh3A and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYY27HikZnw.