|His Kentucky Smile And an Ireland
Dream, ISBN: 1-884778-71-2 134 pg., perfect bound, published
by Old Mountain Press can be purchased by sending
a check or money order to: Cheryl Perkins, 959 Apple Grove Road, Summer
Shade, KY 42166.
Cost per copy $7.95 plus $2.00 P&H. If shipped
to an address in Kentucky, include 6% state sales tax
Exceptional poetry from the heart and mind of Kip London.
About the Author
Kip London's poetry was his catharsis, an outpouring of pure personal expression. His verses are forthright and genuine; they reveal how he coped with and approached his world. Kip's friends, family, and experiences all found their way into his compositions. While he was alive, he took his remarkable wordsmithing a step further by openly sharing these intensely personal pieces of himself with the people for which they were written. Kip was not a closet poet, keeping his writing hidden like a secret diary. Rather, he recognized that it was his vital connection to those whose friendship and love he valued so much.
Kip was killed in an automobile accident on August
11, 1997, but his poetry still breathes with the stuff of his soul.
His pen was a direct link from his own heart to others...to live in the
hearts we leave behind is not to die.