About Don Iannone

Don Iannone is a poet and photographer in Greater Cleveland. He is currently working on his fifth poetry book. Don is the author of four earlier books of poetry (Stilling the Waters, Walks in Life's Sacred Garden, Chasing Cosmic Butterflies, and Poetic Reflections on Economic Development, and four books combining his poetry and photography (Winter Spirit, Spring Promises, Magical Light, and Speaking Out on the Unspeakable: Poems and Photographs about Human Trafficking). Don is also the editor of two books of poetry. The first is a collection of his father's poems When God Speaks to Us, and the second is a collection of poems written by mental health patients called Windows into Ourselves: Poetry on the Experience of Mental Illness. Don holds a Masters Degree in Consciousness Studies with a specialization in Mind-Body Medicine. He holds a Professional Diploma in Economic Development and a Bachelors Degree in Anthropology. Finally, he completed graduate studies in Organizational Behavior. Don is clinically certified as a Reiki Master Therapist, Meditation Guide, and Life Purpose Coach. He works with cancer patients at Cleveland Clinic as a complementary health therapist, where he is also involved in training other caregivers in healing practices, and conducts research on the use of these therapies in cancer care. Don worked in the economic development field for many years before his move into healthcare.

Latest Comment on Riding Wild Horses

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I thought I’d share the latest comment on my newest book, Riding Wild Horses: “Originally I bought your book because I love horses, and my wife and I have supported the protection of the wild horses for years. When I started reading your book, I figured out that not only did you provide insights and advice about the wild horse situation, but you spoke to what wild horses symbolize to horse lovers and everyone else. Keep writing. Love your pithy poems. Sincerely, Len and Wendy” Riding Wild Horses is available on Amazon. com.