I’ve come to love Irina and her poems. She has become a master of the various poetry styles and has even developed a style of her own.
Her book, Dreams on my Pillow, took me through her life, filled with wacky fun, sadness, happiness and all that goes with growing up.
I think my favorite was about her experience during World War II, The Air Raid. Her father was in a German POW camp; she running with her sugar rations to shelter as the warning sirens blared. This one put me on the edge of my seat.
For all of those that love poetry, I highly recommend this book. It’s a page turner and a keeper.
You can find both paperback and eBook on Xlibris:
It was just published on Amazon, so the image doesn’t show up, but if you click on the link above, you’ll find it.