by Elaine King-Franti
Whether you’ve suffered the loss of a loved one, felt unappreciated, or found your soulmate, Elaine King-Franti’s collection of poems, Poetry for Young and Old, contains a poem to which you can relate. Through her writing, King-Franti tells readers that through faith and hope, all obstacles can be overcome.
Touching on several aspects of the human condition, including youth, aging, death, betrayal, hope, and love, this collection of poetry includes a poem for everyone, appealing to young and old alike.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Originally from Maine, Elaine King-Franti currently resides in Michigan. She has three children: Michael, Michele, and Joanna. She earned her high school diploma and has completed clerical training school from the Women’s Army Corps.
Elaine has been a member of the National Rural Letter Carrier’s Association since 1992 and is a member of the VFW Ladies Auxiliary, AMVETS American Legion, and HOG (Harley Owner’s Group). Her hobbies and interests include riding her Harley Sportster and spending time with her eight grandchildren and great-great granddaughter.
Her inspiration to write this book came from encouragement from her family and desire to share her experiences and give hope to others.
(2008, paperback, 56 pages)