"One Hundred Sonnets, Book Two, as the title indicates, is a book of one hundred sonnets touching various veins of the poetic expression. Here are poems about love, pain, suffering, relationship, etc. Anyone who admires the beauty of the sonnet and what it can do within its fourteen lines will find here moments of enjoyment and pleasure for the reading that these creations give are not hard to get at, and the meaning of most of these efforts can be well-comprehended at first reading given that the reader knows the English language well.
The purpose of this book is to reach as many people as possible and spread the value and beauty of this fixed form that was and continue to be, “the sonnet” and in doing so spread the reading of it as well the writing. Let us appreciate the wonderful form of the sonnet and may its beauty and use never die."
One Hundred Sonnets, Book Two
Born in Cuba 12-8-1958. Came to the US in 1980. Single, no Children. Currently living in Spokane WA. Published in magazine and anthologies. Won several awards in the process At the present trying to get a degree in Liberals Arts in Spanish. Been a poet for twenty years or so. Like reading, writing and viewing history, science and philosophical programs on TV.