Cynthia Cozette Lee, an aspiring Philadelphia poet, has completed her new book, “The Forgotten Schoolhouse”: a potent source of knowledge, faith, love, and hope across pages of beautiful poetry pieces.
Cynthia writes, “Do you try to live your life as a Christian but find it is sometimes almost impossible?
“Living as a Christian can be hard to do in our society because God’s teachings have been forgotten by many like the forgotten schoolhouse of years past. The Forgotten Schoolhouse: Original Poems and Stories on Faith, Love, Nature and Wonder is a collection of spiritual poems about Christian values, the beauty of nature and inspiring people. Also included are insightful writings like The Mango Tree, a revealing testimonial story about how good deeds can be done through God’s guidance. Another special story, Miracle on Spruce Street, shows how strong faith in God’s goodness helps us in trying times.
“Relax and take a moment each day to read Cynthia Cozette Lee’s inspiring poems and writings. C.C. Lee’s poetry has been published by the Moonstone Arts Center in their 21st and 22nd Anthology Editions of the Poetry Ink Collection. She soon hopes to publish another book of poems titled The Elephant Ride of Tomorrow and the children’s books, Gracie of Gazzam Hill and Shakespeare’s Crossing.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Cynthia Cozette Lee’s new book is a comforting and profound collection of poems that enlighten the reader’s heart of the wonder and beauty of the world and of faith.