by Robert C. Sellers
"I understand that there are many people who do not see things as I do, and who live by a theory that 'you cannot turn back the clock.' I believe that you can and should turn the clock back if it is wrong, and that the one who does so first is the most progressive, which means moving ahead in the right direction."
Robert C. Sellers has a unique and refreshing outlook o life as seen in the artful and witty poems of What I See. He is a true poet who writes not only for the expression of his personal beliefs on timeless themes such as personal growth, ultimate character, and true love, but also for the magic of well-crafted language.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Robert C. Sellers is a retired poet who now lives in Lynn Haven, Florida. A native of Alabama, Robert is a widower with three children: Barbara, Marian, and Robert Jr. He is active in his community at the Elks Lodge #1598 and as a member of the Bop and Shag Dancing Club. In addition to writing, Robert enjoys ballroom dancing, golf, and tennis. What I See is the continuation of his first published book, Where To? What For? Why?, also available from Dorrance Publishing Co., Inc.
(2004, paperback, 62 pages)