Inspired Poetry Helping Older Adults Enjoy Their Golden Years
11/04/2012

Inspired poetry has been helping older adults enjoy their golden years by reading and discussing enjoyable poetry amongst groups of friends.

Online PR News – 04-November-2012 – New York/Manhattan – Poetry is commonly known as being a safe haven for troubled souls during tumultuous times. Inspired poetry has been helping older adults enjoy their golden years by reading and discussing enjoyable poetry amongst groups of friends. In 2012 the need for inspired poetry has grown exponentially as more and more people are finding themselves in need of hope, peace, and a fresh start.
Sandi Lovrecic author of The World of Miracles recently stated during an interview “My poetry helps children who want to be entertained get more fun from having their parents read to them. Its unique advantage is that it was based on the poet's actual life experience." His book also includes some illustrated images in order for the reader to become fully immersed into the moment.
Sandi is amongst a few of the poetry focused authors that are working diligently on helping people to overcome their worries through the written word. The mission is simple, the US Economy needs a minor miracle to get back to “normal” and inspired poetry would be a good direction to look for during these times of great turmoil.
Both families and individuals are asking for solutions and finding comfort in the beautiful words that can only be found in a piece of poetry written from the soul and with a deep routed passion. The elderly have also found great benefits for reading poetry. The groups that come together share lively discussions and engage in developing new and vibrant ideas. Poetry reminds of us who we are and who we want to be. Poetry compels us to ask the hard questions and to make the difficult choices so that through the written word we can find our redemption and our solace.
Poets like Sandi ….and others are paving the way for new generations to find a medium to express themselves and to give a voice to the voiceless, to give strength to the weak and to give comfort to those in need of it. As more and more older adults are enjoying their golden years through the reading of inspired poetry they discover that poetry is not limited to just the elderly but also to the youth. Children, teens, young adults and parents are quickly discovering the value of a well written poem. In essence they connect with the poetry on a deeper level. They connect as though reading a short story, a tale of love, loss, and redemption. The discovery that a person finds when they delve into their heart and into their soul in search of inner peace in a world thrown into chaos is nothing short of miraculous.
Books like The World of Miracles and others have paved the way for future generations and have sparked a culture that is determined to overcome their current struggles. The older adults and all that choose to walk their own path can find solace and comfort in their readings and know that in a small way they too play a part in changing the world around them.