Susan M. Dudzinski, Dipl.B., is a new Canadian author of a poetry book with the title, "The Garden of the Mind: five gardens of poetical interlude.” As poetess and writer, she is passionate about articulating the stories of life using the written word.
Educated as a Personnel Manager, trained as a Toastmaster and tempered through many years of yogic practice, Susan delivers a well-rounded approach to her writing. Additionally, she has completed the “Writing for Publication” certificate program at her local college, with continued plans to further develop her writing career.
Professional in attitude, she believes good organizational skills and attention to detail are the keys to success. Her hobbies and interests include: quilting, hiking, biking, mediation, yoga, cooking and eating for good health. She is married and has been a partner to her husband for 24 years.
A poem about a woman who tries to hang onto sanity in her world that is spinning out of control, only to realize that she will never know what it means to be completely whole.
A poem about the shape of the day, from dusk till dawn till dusk yet again, when the moon takes her position and makes her appearance in the sky.
A poem written in dedication to husbands everywhere who were looking for a wife and "found" her.
I am a "Poetess in Progress." Included on this site are two examples of my writing skill as poet, and I make my services available to you as a writer, according to your interest and specifications, to write any poem or song lyrics of your requirement.
A poem about the challenges, the motivations and the enjoyment experienced by the poet who commits words to paper in the form of a poem to entertain, engage and beguile those who love to read poetry.
A poem about a sad young fella who has become super-morbidly obese because of his food weakness to "eating pizza."
A poem about the unfortunate circumstances regarding a son who loses the use of his legs.
A poem about a poet who writes about the poor workers of the 1860's industrial age in an effort to offer support, only to end up taking advantage of them in their plight.
A poem about a man who dies, is buried, and because of his prominent stature is enlisted to ensure that the cemetery increases in population.