WELL VERSED: "These poems were written over a 14-year period," offers Blossom O'Meally-Nelson about her evocative anthology Heart Song, a sturdy hardcover coffee-table volume, which she self-published two years ago, determined to follow her instincts. Alongside her younger brother, Frank Garcia, and a number of booth operators and other booksellers, the author was kept busy wooing patrons at Sunday's Kingston Pon Di River Festival. Split into two sections (Eros and Bios), the collection chronicles events from her journey, while exploring such subjects as nature and the environment and love and tragedy. "They depict aspects of my life, starting immediately after my divorce and coming through to public life and experiences like the death of my father, and so on," O'Meally-Nelson explains, adding that she's giving serious thought to doing a revised edition of the book in the near future. "I'm still writing poems to add to it, but I need to sell these copies first," she says, laughing. "I think once I've completed that I can request a second edition with the new poems."