Immature Love

Immature Love
Item# 978-0-8059-7113-2

by H. Hinton

H. Hinton’s Immature Love is a collection of poetry and prose which seems to chronicle a personal journey. Throughout Immature Love H. Hinton effectively fuses the emotions of not only love, but strength, respect and gratitude as she explores the avenues of love and loss, of racism, today’s society, stereotypes, war, self-preservation and conviction. In this wide array of vibrant images the author has created a text that is intended to be both introspective and enlightening. So regardless of race, gender or age, I am sure you will find relation in what Immature Love has to offer and are able to use her words as your inspiration and strength.

First time published author, H. Hinton, who is a native of York City, Pennsylvania, has lived the past five years of her life around the world as a member of the United States Air Force. Currently stationed in New Jersey, she has recently completed a degree in Criminal Justice from the Community College of the Air Force and now is pursuing a Bachelors of Science degree in Resource Management.

(2006, paperback, 126 pages)


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Reader Review
Hinton maintains a broad respect for poetry’s importance within the community. “I think poetry plays a major role in cultural society,” Hinton says. “Poetry is undefined. Yes, in structured classes poetry can be taught in haiku, limerick, sonnet and various other formats. However, the freedom of free form is what gives poetry its wings, its individualism and ability to be recognized based solely on the writer’s creative thoughts.”

- - York Daily Record, Bill Diskin, Poetryork, November 9, 2006

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