Paloma Explores Core of Human Existence in New Poetry Collection

Paloma delves into her personal journey, recounting experiences that capture her beliefs about love, nature and spirituality in her debut collection of poetry, "A Only Love: Only One Love" (published by iUniverse). Each poem, originally written in Spanish, is paired with its English translation.

"Currently, the world is filled with turmoil and disarray. From the volatile political world to the senseless ravaging of our planet, "Paloma says. "This book pulls you back to your center, to your core, and it grounds you in love."

Paloma confronts all that encompasses the human experience: the poet says she writes about "the soul searching for the "She probes the core of human existence, finding that it is love" that has propelled us throughout the ages. "

An excerpt of the poem "The Poet" from "A Only Love":
I open my eyes / and see the world as if for the first time.

I sail in the infinite / I touch, caress,
play with the clouds, / and travel to the stars ...

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Tomorrow, I'll start again-a new cycle
And within myself, I'll see the world
as if for the first time.

"A Only Love" by By Paloma
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5 in | 80 pages | ISBN 9781491777947 | E-Book | 80 pages | ISBN 9781491777930
Available at Amazon and Barnes & amp; Noble

About the Author
Paloma was born in Mexico. At 14, she immigrated to the United States with her family, where she found refuge in reading, drawing and writing. After high school, she married and raised three sounds. Paloma earned a master's degree in Spanish language and literature and taught at several colleges in California, including CSULA and CSUSB. Now retired, the award-winning poet lives in Hacienda Heights.

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