Wilma Pollette Self’s new collection of poetry “Reflections of the Woman Self: (A Second Look)” (published by AuthorHouse) explores the female experience, from love to life to spiritual matters.
“Reflections of the Woman Self” contains poetic material about the life of women as seen through the eyes of an older woman. This book addresses the experiences all women share regardless of age or ethnicity. Some parts of the book will bring laughter, and some will bring tears.
Perhaps the most poignant review of “Reflections of the Woman Self” comes from Self’s granddaughter:
“Grandma, when I read your book, I laughed and laughed and then cried. What an emotional roller coaster! I could hardly believe you could express so many experiences that many young women of today go through. Maybe there isn’t such a great generation gap after all.”
Self hopes that her readers will discover that, at the most basic level, all women face essentially similar life experiences.