Glade A. Myler was born in Logan, Utah in 1947 and raised in Cornish, Utah. He currently resides in Carson City, Nevada, and has been a resident of Nevada for over 37 years. He is married and has five children and fourteen grandchildren. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from Utah State University in Spanish with minors in Music, English, and German.
He speaks and reads four languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese and German in that order of fluency, also reading and speaking some French and Italian. He received a Juris Doctor degree from Brigham Young University in 1981. He is now retired from the law profession. The author began writing poetry while in college. His hobbies include poetry, literature, gardening, music, singing, and directing church choirs.
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Poetry is among the loveliest forms of expression. It exhibits ferocity, vulnerability, softness, pain, and more in the most implicit yet explicit ways possible. Poetry books aim to converse with their readers and make them feel exactly how the beauty of words is supposed to make them feel. Poems set off a magical connection that is often misunderstood by many.
It’s indeed a challenge to create such a work of art without keeping the readers confused. Perspectives by Glade A. Myler succeeds in doing so and offers us a deep escape filled with wonders and experiences, allowing us to reflect on life. Wisdom is easily accessed through Myler’s work, and it is what makes his piece a beautiful one. It is a must-read for people seeking answers through someone else’s eyes! The writer has stated in his literature that he desires for the book to be a journey for the reader as well. He wants them to recognize they are not alone just by simply reading the poems.
– The Moving Words Review
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Perspectives: Sonnets and Verse in English and Spanish
This book is a new experience in poetry with Spanish and English poems of varying themes and sizes, but with many sonnets. The sonnet form has not been used much in recent years but has again surfaced as a succinct way to express oneself poetically. Although these sonnets are not exactly like the ones of old of Elizabethan and Italian forms, they are an experiment in fourteen-line verse for our day. Available on Amazon