Donna Davis Lewis
Donna Davis Lewis retired from her dream job as a Travel Consultant during the pandemic. All of her personal vacations were canceled but rather than sink into despair, she returned to a first love…writing poetry. This book is the result. It is a collection of topical and whimsical poems–poems that reflect on the horrible year of 2020. Writing this book was therapeutic. Donna is passionate about travel, food, wine and social action. She really believes that doing good is good for you. She is a graduate of the University of Houston and a lifetime member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
From the celebration of female friendships to the struggle against racism in America to the simple joy of buying hats, these poems praise and lament that great journey we call life. This is a book equally suited to people who want to read accessible poems and to those who think they don’t like poetry. There is something here for everyone!
Musing and Meandering: Random Thoughts During the Pandemic (Poetry)
This is a collection of topical and whimsical poems written during the pandemic when the world felt dark and hopeless. These poems not only seek to shed light on the frustration and sadness of this period but also to find heart and humor during a time of social upheaval and great pain. This book is for people who enjoy poetry but long to read pieces that are accessible and entertaining. From the simple joy of buying a new hat to the heartbreak of losing a friend to observations about Black Lives Matter, there is something here for everyone.