Tonight: An Anthology of World Love Poetry is a fascinating kaleidoscope of poems of love created by the poets from several countries. Tonight includes poems revealing Dr. Amitabh Mitra’s determined and characteristically emotional quest for love.
Enjoy personal photos from Jaipur, India, Myanmar (formerly Burma in SE Asia), to exotic islands in the South Pacific, as well as small villagios in Italy and Spain. Marvel at a spectacular sunset at Nye Beach by Trisha Allard, as well as an iced over Lake Massabesic in New England by Joseph Ganley The beautiful temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia by David Miller are a feast for the traveler's eye. "Misty Dusk at Reflections' Central Park Lake, by poet and author, Louie Levy is particularly captivating as one gazes through the lens of a master photographer at the silken mists enshrouding the lake in New York's Central Park, 1965.
In an age where Technology universally reigns supreme and former traditions, cultures and, indeed, religions are sadly in decline, our world has become, in effect, little more than a global village.
Perspectives, Dr. Silverman's collection of poems, represents his aim to penetrate the mystery of the world through the language of poetry. "Life Living" reveals some such magnificent lines: "Life is a twisting road With unpredictable fork, And unexpected tomorrow." Silverman employs imagination to unravel the ways and means to live with 'decency', 'modesty', 'dignity', and 'integrity' ("Excelsior").
The above lines are brilliant and dazzling. There is an indescribable magnetism about his poems. The intent of Kim Shea's "Will You Still Love Me" is to arouse the reader to a world of true love.