About the author

Judy Abualhassan

<p>Judy Abualhassan has resided the world of the arts for so many years. She first knew of her creative<br/>&#13; ambitions the instant she held the paper and its pencil, for she drew and drew until she knew it was<br/>&#13; time to widen her mastery&#8217;s horizon. Relatively enough, the branch of literature captivated her most,<br/>&#13; and so she wrote; with the brilliance of Virgil, Alighieri, Shakespeare, and Poe, she wrote. At the age of<br/>&#13; ten, she obeyed her drive and began with short stories and incomplete novels, but at twelve, when she<br/>&#13; wrote her first poetic stanzas, she fell in deep adornment with the way the words danced and mirrored<br/>&#13; one another with their rhythmic esteem. She favored the power she beheld as she mended the lettering<br/>&#13; to her primal satiation. And, whose spirits whispered were that of Oscar, William, and Keats. &#8220;Hymn<br/>&#13; of the Dandelion&#8221; tells tales of tragedy, romance, sin, and perishment galore. Serving to honor her<br/>&#13; name, this book will know to honor its own as its lores stand proudly in their moral words. &#8220;Hymn of<br/>&#13; the Dandelion&#8221; tells tales that wept, slept, and remained content in Judy&#8217;s mind, and to her readers it<br/>&#13; shall comply with its ways.</p>