My Twenty-five Cents and a Token

My Twenty-five Cents and a Token
Item# 978-0-8059-5129-5

by Marlon P. Williamson

My Twenty-five Cents and a Token coins the phrase "two cents worth." Marlon Williamson alludes to including more than his worth—and that he does. His poetry is sprinkled with hope, promise and love; yet he writes of deep concepts—memories, destiny and judgement day.

Not all of Mr. Williamson’s poetry is heavy, however. Many poems are lighthearted. "Childhood Memories" reads like a stream of consciousness:

"Do you remember Grandma’s cooking, birthday parties, summer camp, and beach outings? Playing, boys and girls getting on each other’s nerves!"


Marlon Williamson has always dreamed of having his works in print. He wanted to provide inspiration to others. My Twenty-five Cents and a Token is his first published book.

Mr. Williamson is a member of the Poetry Society of America and his work is published in several anthologies. In his spare time, he enjoys writing poetry and lyrics for songs. He is also an avid dart player and a martial arts enthusiast.

(2004, paperback, 32 pages)


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