From a Gray Perspective by Betty M. Stephen addresses every area of life and all of its ups and downs. Through her poetry, she covers family, love, death, and social problems, to name a few. Some of my favorites were "Imitation of Life," which reminded me about the respect we should maintain for our mothers; telling her you love her even when you're upset with her. You never know when a time will come that you won't have that opportunity. "The Setup" addresses real life situations for young people who think they know their friends, but actually find out the truth too late. Truths which can lead to making choices that could affect their lives forever. And "Daddy's Little Girl" brought tears to my eyes, because when we have difficulties, we seem to forget the feelings of others, and in this poem, the father takes out his frustrations on his little girl and his wife.
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