by Nicholas A. Celozzi, II
Poetry is an intensely personal glimpse into the writer’s life, and nowhere is this more true than in The Gifts of Life by Nicholas A. Celozzi, II. Within these pages he shares with us his love for his wife, his adoration of his young daughter, and his trust in God as he strives to make the world a better place for himself and his family.
In “May 30, 2001,” “The Gift,” and “Breath of Life,” he reveals his deep feelings for his wife and daughter while praising and thanking God for placing them in his path. Meanwhile, in “The Path Before Me,” “Patience,” and “Inside Out,” he reveals how he cast away those destructive habits and people who were leading him down a merry path to eternal damnation through their lies, deceit, and wastrel ways.
Mr. Celozzi is indeed blessed in his life, and it is this very feeling which has prompted him to share The Gifts of Life.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: A native of Chicago, Illinois, Nicholas A. Celozzi, II, is employed as an actor, writer, producer, and director. He and his wife, Krista, are raising a daughter, Juliette, and in his spare time he enjoys karate and running.
(2002, paperback, 24 pages)