An observation of life, Woman’s Diary, a collection of poetry by author Natalia Govsha, shares a reflection of women who have surrounded her, women with their own life and their own love, joy, sorrow, and suffering.
From passion, to splashes of love, to mistakes, break ups, revival and forgiveness, forgiveness and hope, Woman’s Diary shares these and more. In the poem, “Rosebud” she writes: / Invite me on a nightly dance. / I’ll dance with you. I’ll give you chance. And you will lead in dreamy move
at edge of glory moon. It can be tango, maybe waltz. /And one... and two... and three... and glance! / There’s only we without crowd, / …
Woman’s Diary explores the lives of women and their souls—tender and mysterious.
Praise for Woman’s Diary
“Natalia expresses the deepest feelings of the heart through her poetry. Grand desire, ravishing ecstasy, and intense craving emerge from these poems which are very powerfully… the human heart as it expresses true heartfelt feelings!”
—Annie Papazian, Owner/Photographer, Lifetime Photos. Kirkland, Quebec
“A very wise man say … I believe Robert Frost say this … ‘there are three things, after all, that a poem must reach: the eye, the ear, and what we may call the heart or the mind. It is most important of all to reach the heart of the reader.’ Your poems always reach deep inside my heart Natalia … and pull me inward your amazing world of poetry ….”
—Nancy Pifko, Moundsville, West Virginia