by Jean Kay

Book Cover: Morning Light
ISBN: 978-1412031257

Morning Light is an insightful collection of 121 poems containing uplifting messages on: Inner Power, Positive Changes, Goals, Healing and Love, which inspire readers to stay in touch with their souls.



Good ideas create new goals,
Which formulate within our souls.
A good idea has all it needs
It's up to us to sow the seeds.

Pay attention to how they grow
Using knowledge you have, to show
How to proceed, what you must do
To reach this goal, unique to you.

Apply some faith, then add some trust,
Keep plans active - that is a must.
Nourish each goal in your own way,
You will achieve your goal one day.

Reviews:Bob Trask, wrote:

“It is a rare poet who shows us how simple things; tears, laughter, and sunsets teach us, heal us and bring us everyday joy. Yet the easy rhythm of Jean Kay’s verse does just that, coaxing treasured memories out from my mind-attic and polishing them so I may remember how thrilling it is to be alive. We each need two copies of Morning Light, One for us and one for our dearest friend.”

Denis S.J. Shackel, PH.D, President of Unlocking of Talents wrote:

“Here is a collection of especially insightful poems to inspire and lift the reader to positive, healing thoughts that invariably lead to gratefulness, joy, compassion, and unity with our Creator. A treasury to keep within reach.”

About the Author

Jean Kay, who moved from England to Canada with her family at the age of ten,  transformed herself into a dedicated poet following her retirement as Sales Events Coordinator for Canadian Airlines. Writing poetry every day for almost thirty years, Jean has published three books of poetry: Morning Light (2004); Christmas Poetry to Inspire (2015); Thanksgiving Poetry to Inspire (2019). In addition, Jean has published poetry in several anthologies, contributed regular poems to several newsletters, and writes poetry on commission through her company JK Creations. In honour of Canada’s 150th anniversary, Jean composed the music and lyrics to the song Canada, Our Canada.

A professional member of Canadian Authors Association, Jean has been an active volunteer in various roles at Canadian Authors—BC Branch, such as program chair, vice-president, longtime treasurer, short story contest coordinator, and editor of three branch anthologies. She has also been active at the national level of CAA, serving on several conference planning committees and acting as conference coordinator for CanWrite! 2010 in Victoria, B.C. In April 2021, Canadian Authors Association awarded Jean the Allan Sangster Award in recognition of her long and meritorious volunteer service to the association.

Jean has also been a member of the Evolutionary Business Institute, World Poetry, and the Ontario Poetry Society.