The Effects of Summer on the Soul is a free verse poetry collection that guides the reader through the metaphorical emotions of the four seasons. Trees bloom and break, seasons wax and wane, the spirit and mind undergo never-ending changes. TEOSOTS explores the seasonal and spiritual connection from a teenage perspective and teaches that the opposite of love is not hate, but fear. Written in seasons and ending in summer, this short and sunny collection is filled with love, the opposite of love, nature, past lives, and a few fruits and vegetables. Included is The Red Cabin Collection as a bonus.
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Lydia Pruhs was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and is currently a junior in high school. “The Effects of Summer on the Soul” is the poetry prodigy’s first book, and she has been writing since she was in 8th grade. She has always been inspired by the seasons, and says that “even the passing of a cloud over the sun can have a significant effect on [her] day.”