by Bill Wronkowski
Most of the poems by author Bill Wronkowski are parts of songs that he has written. If you pay very close attention as youre reading, you will be able to hear the music that his poetry inspires. In The Way I Am, he describes some of his travels:
I've traveled round this great land I've seen forest and I've seen sand I've been everywhere since I've been on my own I've been writing letters to family I don't even know I don't know how long I can stay But I know, it will be for the day Then I'll have to be on my way Yes, I feel that it's fair That I live without a care And so I hope that you understand That it's just the way I am.
About the Author:
Bill Wronkowski is a writer and musician. Many of his poems have won awards. He plays the guitar and keyboard and hopes to one day start a band. He enjoys building and running model trains and is an animal lover. He has two cats and five large aquariums filled with different types of fish.
(2015, Paperback, 52 pages)