A Third 5-Star Review for A Dime is a Sign from Readers’ Favorite

Three 5-Star Reviews!!!

So thrilled to receive a third 5-Star Review from Readers’ Favorite for A Dime is a Sign!   

Review Rating:

5 Stars – Congratulations on your 5-star review!


Reviewed By Jamie Michele for Readers’ Favorite

“A Dime is a Sign: Poems of Love and Loss (Feelings Into Words) by Sherrill S Cannon is a compilation of poetry and the second book of verses that Cannon has released, preceded by A Penny For Your Thoughts. The poems are divided into three sections: Heads…of Love and Friendship, Spinning – Of Related Emotions, and Tales…of Heartache and Anguish. Within each section the individual poems are in alphabetical order, which to me is an appropriate nod to an author who spent years as a teacher. Most of the verses are rhythmic and lyrical, reading in almost a sing-song melody. Some, like Rainy Day Thought, are in free-form, rich with inflection and powerful choral qualities.

A Dime is a Sign is such a beautiful piece of work. My favorite is It Doesn’t Matter, which speaks of an unrequited love but does so in a way that discharges the usual somber tone that a poem about loving someone and not being loved back generally delivers. Instead, Sherrill S Cannon is somehow able to make it sound like it is okay – it’s perfectly fine – because, “For in my heart, you have a part…And with my love, you help me live.” The best way to describe how Cannon’s poetry makes me feel is with the use of the word ‘inspired’. Her heart and soul are poured out onto each page and drip from each line, and still, even when the stanza reads in a lilt of restraint, Cannon elevates the message and inspires the heart.”

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