The Time Clock Zodiac

The Time Clock Zodiac

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Beginning with the book's title poem. "The Time Clock Zodiac," and closing with a special tip o' the cap to the World Champion New York Yankees, poet Evelyn C. Walsh demonstrates her eclectic tastes and visions in this, her first book of published poetry.With vivid, illustrious strokes, like an artists on her canvas, Ms. Walsh moves her readers from the whimsical to the heartfelt. Sadness at the death of a loved one is tempered by fireworks going off over a grandiose bridge. Awe-inspiring candlelight services are made even more poignant by the thoughtful logic and philosophy of a lonely road, or a new beginning, or a New York spring day.Open up The "Time Clock Zodiac" to any page and begin reading. There is a budding relationship about to form. As Evelyn Walsh writes in her poem "Painting with Words," "Forget what are you have not done / But what you'd like to do. / Free yourself from I cannot / To reveal the creative you."This is one invitation readers should readily accept!show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 174 pages
  • 129.5 x 203.2 x 22.9mm | 272.16g
  • Vantage Press
  • United States
  • English
  • 0533148537
  • 9780533148530

About Evelyn C Walsh

Evelyn C. Walsh has enjoyed a respected corporate career for over forty-five years, including philanthropy (The Ford Foundation and The Rockefeller Family Office), banking (New Jersey Bank and Central Savings Bank in New York City), self-employment (Celtique Spring Water Bottling Company, Republic of Ireland), and publishing (Bantam Doubleday Dell, now a part of Random House). A member of Who's Who of American Women, 1981-82, the poet was among an early group (1979) of senior executives elected to the YWCA's Academy of women Achievers. Now retired and the mother of a grown daughter, Ms. Walsh lives in New York City, where she enjoys reading, travel, metaphysics, children, and architecture.show more