Where Poets Dream by Eva Marie Cagley

I was born and raised in Waterloo Iowa, where I spent most of my time working with teenagers
in a group home and at a Juvenile Detention Center as a counsellor. Working with teenagers
gave me great joy, having had none of my own… I come from a large family of nine children
having six brothers and two sisters. I have always had a love for poetry. It has always been a
dream of mine to publish a book of my own poems. My first interest in poetry was when I was in
Sixth grade English class and we were studying Robert Frost. I have always had a passion for
poetry and believe it is a gift from God…It gives me great pleasure to share my poetry with
others. There’s little else to say about me as my poetry reflects whom I am. My beliefs,
perspectives, trials and tribulations, hopes and despair, dreams of all my lives’ journeys…
Given with love I leave you now with a place Where Poets Dream!

You can find me on are Facebook… My personal website site is www.apoeticjourney.net


A passionate poetess!
Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2015
Eva’s passion for poetry shows in every poem. Her words touch the readers heart.

Angel Marcus
5.0 out of 5 stars
Reviewed in the United States on March 2, 2015
Cant wait to get my book!!!! I follow her on facebook and her poetry is SOO good, very soulful. ❤ Cant wait!

5.0 out of 5 stars
Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2015
This is a wonderful book of poetry. Makes the perfect gift!

E Smith
5.0 out of 5 stars
Amazing poetry work
Reviewed in the United States on April 10, 2022
What a wonderful poetry book by two exciting poets. Eva Marie Cagley and her brother Patrick G. Cagley embraces the reader with care and grace..

Eva’s style of writing touches close. “Brush your sweet honey lips Gently upon mine, As I drift into our slumber land within your warm fold” This excerpt from her poem “Into Loves Infinity” takes you inside the warm clutch of a very talented writer that allows you to see inside her soul. Eva’s thought provoking poem about the homeless reminds us that they are souls in need. “I offered nothing – not a meal to eat Now I’m empty – hungry – incomplete Ashamed to be a stranger – Passing on the street! Excerpt from “Passing On The Street”

Patrick Cagley’s poem “Dot To Dot” shows how the two are connected poetically. “For we feel the love the Great Spirits brings. For the belief in our reality is one’s fantasy Or another’s dreams. Yet we can write about the ocean like no one’s ever seen”.

This is an excellent poetry book and a joy to read. 




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