Gaining An Historical Perspective Of The Times While Viewing Castles in France By Cheryl Freier, author of: The Wild Grasses Hidden Truth Poems

Posted by cheryl - December 16th, 2013

Gaining An Understanding Of History While Hiking In Southern France

By Cheryl Freier, Author of:  The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems and Blossoms Around The Circles Hidden Truth Poems

Just from viewing the outside of castles, which were built many years ago, one can gain an appreciation for the design of the building.  In a recent article written in The Fifty Plus Advocate newspaper, there is a picture of the Chateau D’Arques, designated as a Templar castle.  This particular castle is known for its soft touch with windows with extended seats and a huge fireplace in the living room for warmth as well as atmosphere.  The architecture also depicted the dangerous times by placing an extended roof over the entranceway to the castle.  People living in the castle would place hot boiling oil in this ‘chute’ to spill over anyone coming to do them harm. 

In the book, The Wild Grasses Hidden Truth Poems, which is also by Cheryl Freier, the family finds a wooden cabin hidden in the woods.  They enter and begin to feel that this is a house of magic, being mystically entreated to stay for a few weeks.  They find large canvas bags of flour, potatoes, dried fruits and nuts, and bottles of wine.  Anna fries pancakes and potatoes for them.  They put together a traditional plate for the Passover holiday.  They pray to G-d with their only Bible.  They make plans to leave the woods.

Once you have read The Wild Grasses Hidden Truth Poems, you too will feel that the design of the house tells the story of the people who lived there.  Cheryl Freier’s web address is:  www.thegraylinghiddentruthpoems.com and her books can be purchased on Amazon.com and on Barnes&Noble.com.


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IN COMMEMORATION OF A VALUABLE PIECE OF SOIL By Cheryl Freier author of The Grayling Hidden Truth Poems and The Wild Grasses Hidden Truth Poems (Both novels on a family forced to flee to the woods of Slovakia to escape the onslaught of the Nazis)

Posted by cheryl - December 2nd, 2013

Pictured beneathe the caption (on Yahoo.com) are people who have come to honor those who gave their lives for the freedom of the world during WWI.  The caption of the article reads:  “World War I battlefield soil arrives in London”.

Having married a man with whom I shared a life with for 40 years, who truly was a man of wonder in many ways.  The quality of his thinking about what is the right thing to do and his empathy for others were the highlights of his thoughts.  I shall miss him always. 

In reverence to his memory and to his ability to overcome the hate and persecution which he was exposed to unfairly as a young boy, I have written a series of four books in memoriam of him, Martin Freier;  the books contain some of the music which he wrote, and contains many of the poetry that he wrote. 

I pray for peace in the world and peace in our hearts and souls.  I am grateful to see a project of this enormity which collected the soil from 70 nations to display the soil as symbols for freedom to perpetuity in a memorial garden in England. 

I wish you all happy holidays and peace and perpetuity for all righteous thoughts.  Cheryl Freierf


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