I haven’t explained very much about the first poetry collection I’d ever self-published and it’s very special to me.
When Daisies and Thunderstorms Collide is about a young lady (the Daisy) who falls for a young man (the Thunderstorm). It’s told in the perspective of a daisy who describes a thunderstorm as the gentle, pattering rain, the rolling thunder, the rainbow on dark days, etc. She also finds herself to be uninteresting and paints him as the beautiful one.
Somewhere in the middle of the book she shows her disappointment that the young man is not reciprocating her affections or making any effort at all. The daisy also finds herself becoming slightly bitter saying that he only talks to her when she speaks to him.
Towards the end she realises that actually she can do better than him and gradually starts to distance herself from the thunderstorm.
By the time the poetry book ends, she discovers that, not only can she be as delicate as a daisy, she can also be a raging thunderstorm in her own right.
Here is the Amazon link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Daisies-Thunderstorms-Collide-Isabel-Scheck/dp/0244972427/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1539613875&sr=1-1