Coming Soon. "The Fractured Ego," an anthology of poems by KG Petrone. Ego, the process of the mind which mediates the unspoken from the spoken. Self-worth, self-esteem, reality, inner thoughts blurred, frayed, and broken.
Indie Writers Review will feature two of my poems and an interview with me in their Feb. Issue. Stay Tuned...
A poetry reading by Elizabeth Rose Morriss. “A Tear for YOU, written by KG Petrone
Performed by Elizabeth Rose Morriss
Get to know the poet:
1) What is the theme of your poem?
It is a poem from a mother to her children after losing custody of them due to her addiction and mental breakdown. The guilt, shame, and remorse of her decision to leave them in someone else’s care in hopes that they would live a life she could not afford to give them.
2) What motivated you to write this poem?
Let’s just say, “personal experience.” Along with a neverending desire and need to apologize for this choice.
3) How long have you been writing poetry?
As long as I can remember, but I have just begun to share my talent with the general public. As a matter of fact, my first Anthology of Poems has just been released on Kindle. A collection titled, “The Fractured Ego.”
4) If you could have dinner…
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Writing prompt based on the accompanying image by Realistic Poetry. "Remorseful Me" by KG Petrone (https://www.realisticpoetry.com)
via Author Interview with KG Petrone
Check out this Author interview by Sandra J. Jackson! Please feel free to pay her website a visit and check out her amazing Novels. https://sandrajjackson.wordpress.com
Welcome February’s Author, KG Petrone. KG provided some interesting answers to my interview questions. One of my favourites is #7. Her answer made me chuckle. When I originally came up with the question, I was thinking of my favourite historical romance novel. I was not thinking about some other genres. I definitely would have to agree with her answer.
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- Do you remember the first book you read that had an impact on you – in what way and what was the name of that book?
Oh, goodness my first book was Ballerina Bess. I read and read that little book. I remember feeling much like Bess. I loved to dance and felt I too, could become a Ballerina.
- When did you first realize you wanted to…
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Festival for Poetry has promoted one of my poems as one of the best of February 2018. Tears for you by KG Petrone
Double-Edged Sword a poem raising mental health awareness dedicated to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and to all those suffering.