Author Sharon D. Greenspan reflects on her lifelong struggles with love, relationships, geopolitical issues, lawyering and disease in her new poetry collection, “A Life Well Lived Through Words” (published by Trafford Publishing).
Greenspan has always looked to poetry and writing to find her peace, and she uses “A Life Well Lived Through Words” to share how she has celebrated life’s successes and coped with its challenges.
She writes about her life as an immigration attorney, both in private practice and for the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service, her relationship with her daughter Samantha, her challenging romances and her battle with chronic fatigue syndrome in this relatable new collection.
Praise for “A Life Well Lived Through Words”:
“Greenspan’s poems are poignant at times, at other times whimsical, almost fey. She has organized her work well and included both intimate thoughts about her relationships, grander themes such as 9-11, and the foundation of the state of Israel. Taken together, they tell her stories with verve and charm.”