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Poetry That Goes Unnoticed

Poetry is everywhere.


Poetry exists in myriad ways we oftentimes fail to notice and appreciate. Within the mortal frames that house our being, within our bodies, is poetry that unfailing goes on and on in rhythm. Around us, from the tiniest speck of earth to the grandest creation in the universe, there is poetry, always moving in synchrony, always fulfilling its intended purposes.

How often do we stop to notice and appreciate all these? How often do we take a second or a minute to let poetry seep through our skin and inspire us to feel how truly blessed we are? How often do we allow poetry to transform us, light and carefree, to become the amazing creation we are always meant to be?

Poet Jerry Staudenraus’s “Moonbeams and Poetry: For Those Whose Ears Are Pricked and Tongues That Are Long-Drawn” is a postmodern collection of free verse meant to help any reader notice the beauty in life. In Staudenraus’s poetry, a chance encounter leads to introspection; the mundane gains clarity and significance. The book is truly a much-needed respite.

To learn more about author Jerry Staudenraus and his works and to get a copy of his poetry collection, you may visit his website at

“Moonbeams and Poetry”
Written by Jerry Staudenraus
Published by Your Online Publicist
Published Date: August 2019
Paperback: $14.99
Ebook: $3.99

About the Author
Jerry Staudenraus is currently retired and previously served in the U.S. Army. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Central Washington University. Staudenraus lives in Moses Lake, Washington, and has four grandchildren.

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