Sweet Christmas & New Year Poems

      Wilson Ayinbangya Amooro
Sweet Christmas & New Year Poems

When the cynicism of my age and life get me down, I often find myself turning to one of the lovely works by the talented young writer from Ghana, Wilson "The Poet" Amooro. If you find yourself over whelmed by emotion while reading one of Wilson's touching poems, feel free to have a good cry. Judy Fane, Sociology Professor & Author of ‘Paddy the Pelican Survives the Storm’Sweet Christmas; a warm collection of poetry written by Wilson Amooro is one of the finest poetic book I have come across. The pages run with great emotions and the reader never regrets using hard earned cash to purchase a copy.There are two categorized poems. One for Christmas and the other for New Year. Pick a copy via online and experience what needs to be felt poetically. A must book. Grab a copy.James Robert Myers (MJ Jimmy), Author of Anthology: Breaking Silence- A Poetic Lifeline from Slavery to Love~~~~~~~~~These poems are inspiring. They allow you to see Christmas in a whole new light; through a kid's eye in simplicity and joy. Wilson, is not only gifted and passionate, he has great skill of delivering his poems.Bernard Kelvin Clive, Author ~~~~~~~~~My friend Wilson is the most inspiring young poet I have ever met. He warms my heart and brings tears to my eyes. We spent a wonderful 24 hours together as mother and son from different cultures and countries. I am so proud of him! He is a man of GOD.Cheryl Thompson (American Godmother of Wilson),State University of New York at Geneseo Adjunct Faculty and Author of ‘Eli’s Rainbow’~~~~~~~~~I love Wilson's writing style, which is all at once simplistic, imaginative, and thoughtful. The Christmas collection continues in that style. His poetry is unique and heart-warming. Just the thing to read this holiday season.Tiffany Howard, Tiffany Howard Marketing Services ~~~~~~~~~This collection of poetry is written from the heart. It's not difficult to identify with the feeling of love, anguish, sorrow and hope as expressed by young Wilson, look out for more work by this great young writer.Mariska Araba Taylor-Darko, Ghanaian-U.K born Author (A Widow Must Not Speak)~~~~~~~~~Wilson holds open the door of hope, even when the sea is bad and the sky is tired of being blue and hope is something with wings that dwells in the soul and sings the tune without words, and does not stop ever.His poetic ego manifests agile in thought, crossing directional currents that bring to the moment in which time did not have the crown, to the moment in which the energies of love were free to scream.As Pope Francis says in his poem: ‘We, clay pots filled with hope....’His poems are full of emotions interwoven with hope. Hope nourished by the white robes in his great soul, made pure by the embrace of loving God.Thanks my Dear soul friend Wilson Ayinbangya Amooro (Wilson the Poet) for your joy in writing and giving your heart, through the wonderful ways that illuminate our hearts with the future.Your honored and Faithful Friend,Her Excellency Emanuela De Marchi, Mutlti National Diplomat, Malino ITALY

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    Africa

      Wilson Ayinbangya Amooro
Africa

Africa is a must read!!! Wilson Amooro is a needed voice in the true world of pure poetry. A soul blessed with the rare gift of interpretations. I am impressed with the heart and art of Author Wilson Amooro, and I am honored to call him, my brother. Published Poet Ronnie Lee Daise, USAAfrica is a book of poems where each poem reads like a short story. Fascinated and intrigued by every word, I found that when I thought I had found a favorite, the next poem was even better! Imaginative and inspiring, Author Wilson Ayinbangya Amooro displays a refreshing and unique literary style that is indicative to his Ghanaian roots and global experiences. Once I started reading "Africa" I couldn't put it down. "Africa" gives you a colorful vision, uniquely seen through the eyes of a poet.Zakiya Penny, Founder/Director Sabayet FoundationMy friend Wilson Amooro: Siphosihle that is a suitable name for you, and it means “a beautiful or precious gift’’ from the Xhosa tribe of South AfricaBulawa Zukiswa, South Africa

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    Love Letters

      Wilson Ayinbangya Amooro
Love Letters

The right words you need for a loved one. You can make them cry and smile at the same time. ~Love Letters Author, Wilson Ayinbangya AmooroI must warn you, you may fall in love again and again. Sweet memories of your ex and pleasure to meet your next. Lovely love poems that makes it fun. Enjoy reading it! ~ Amazon Author, Bernard Kelvin CliveWhat others are saying about Love LettersWilson Amooro has written a romantic collection of touching, endearing poems for anyone who is in love, has loved and lost, or wants to get a peek at what it means to have your heart light up with the thought of one who loves you dearly.Michelle Stimpson , National bestselling Author, Speaker, Educator~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~When the cynicism of my age and life get me down, I often find myself turning to one of the lovely works by the talented young writer from Ghana, Wilson "The Poet" Amooro. If you find yourself over whelmed by emotion while reading one of Wilson's touching poems, feel free to have a good cry. Judy Fane, Sociology Professor & Author of 'Paddy the Pelican Survives the Storm'~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~Wilson, the Poet and nurse, shows love everyday to his family, friends and patients. He not only knows how to heal as a medical professional, but he knows the Lord's agape unconditional love. He walks the walk and talks the talk directly from his heart.Cheryl Thompson (American Godmother of Wilson),State University of New York at Geneseo Adjunct Faculty and Author of ‘Eli’s Rainbow’

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    Old '49

      Wilson Ayinbangya Amooro
Old '49

Patti discovers her Grandfather's model train set in the attic. Sadly, it is without the red caboose. When the train set goes missing, Patti fears she may be in big trouble.Patti investigates the attic one day while the babysitter isn't paying attention. She discovers many things but her most delightful discovery is her Grandfather's model train set, Old '49. It is missing the little red caboose, but she admires and plays with it anyway. Until one day the train set itself goes missing. Little does Patti realize there is a wonderful surprise in store for her.

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    Colourful Poetry

      Wilson Ayinbangya Amooro
Colourful Poetry

In Colouful Poetry... every poem has a story to tell just like every colour has a mood to drive.PREFACE:It may be expected that this book is unified on a single theme like the rainbow, a symbol of freedom and unity. Instead, this book divides each poem and they all stand individually representing lots of ideas, a ridicule to the rainbow, thereby separating the colours and making them stand out in brightness with their own cheerful warmth. Every poem has a story to tell just like every colour has a mood to drive.~ Wilson the Poet ‘Mandela’

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