Poetry is an art form that oftentimes can be difficult for modern day readers to interpret. However, the 101 poems contained in this book have been individually selected to speak directly to the heart in simple language that is easily understood by all.
Although Napoleon Hill was not a poet, he read many of the poems contained in this volume and even referred to them in his books. Poets like Edgar Guest, Ella Wheeler Wilcox, Jessie Rittenhouse, Walter Wintle and William Shakespeare were among Hill’s favorites.
He was inspired to write some of his most famous essays after reading their poetry.
In addition to the poems themselves, this anthology offers commentary by Napoleon Hill in order to help you understand the significance of the eleven sections into which this book is divided. The first ten sections cover 10 of his17 success principles. Section eleven is dedicated solely to the most often requested reprints of Hill’s “poetic” essays. Here you will read his memorable selections that have withstood the test of time.