Review of “Walk Softly, You’re Steppin’ On My Heart!” Poetry Collection

Walk Softly Book Cover As a poet myself, I am always happy to find great poetry collections by other authors. Unfortunately, in our fast-paced society, it seems that poetry has somewhat fallen by the wayside, but I feel that there is truly no more artistic, beautiful way to express true feelings than by putting them into verse. The poetry collection I am reviewing today, “Walk Softly, You’re Steppin’ On My Heart!”, written by Christian and children’s author Pat Brannon, is truly a heartfelt, touching collection of inspiring and thoughtful reflections.

The poems in this collection are undeniably Christian, full of faith and trust in a higher power, but at the same time, the poet does not ignore the rough side of life or the doubts that tend to creep in as we navigate the human life. The poems are by turns sad, philosophical, joyful, thought-provoking and always full of grace and forgiveness for a world that desperately needs a helping hand from above.

As I neared the end of this collection, I realized that it truly takes a special gift to be able to reach the human heart on as many levels as Ms. Brannon manages to do with this book. It also takes a special person to share their faith in such an open manner, without becoming overbearing or judgemental. This is a book I will definitely hold on to for those days when I need a little pick-me-up (which happens quite often in this crazy, mixed-up world).

This collection would make a great gift for someone in need of a little encouragement and inspiration. Of course, it would make a fine gift to give yourself as well! For more information about this book and how to order a copy for yourself, please visit the author’s website, (for ordering information, just click on the “books” link on the left side of the screen).

2 thoughts on “Review of “Walk Softly, You’re Steppin’ On My Heart!” Poetry Collection

  1. Sounds like exactly what I need to add to my shelf.

    Unfortunately I agree with you in regards to poetry. It’s a beautiful form of prose that seems to have fallen the background. I’ve been soul searching myself lately, knowing I’ve always been a poet at heart but, though still a struggle, I want to earn enough money from writing to do it full time. I’m not in it for the money, mind you and don’t intend to get rich from it, but to make enough to have the time to write more and volunteer in ways that promote reading.

    Poetry is due for a come back, let’s make it happen. 🙂

    Thanks for reviewing and reading,

    Sarah Butland
    author of Arm Farm, Sending You Sammy, Brain Tales and a poetry collection – Through the Eyes of Teenager

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