Having composed 3,000 poems, Arlene Corwin has extended the thematically based book Birth, Death & In Between II, the theme repeating it seems, lifelong – repeated, but never repetitive. She speaks of the worlds of thought and event which start in birth and end in death. Corwin has opinions, universal and far-reaching, and throughout her world of Art all encompassing ; mature in breadth and style as well as years. A prolific writer, she goes from the ridiculous to the sublime, creating phantasmagorical ideas and working them until they have the rhythm, rhyme and development that satisfies her. She says she has no plan, aim or scheme to help her. A jazz musician and longtime yogini, she pu
These poems are full of a remarkable diversity of poetic thought, therefore it will have a wide appeal to all readers of poetry books. These poems never fail to stimulate our imagination, because the poet very aptly succeeds in providing ‘addition of strangeness to beauty.’ It’s remarkable delicacy and subtlety pervades these poems that appeal to the human heart.
This book “A Thousand Flamingos” by Sanober Khan has beauty, delicacy and wisdom. What more could we ask for? But, as for her three books they are all the works of an extremely gifted author.
There! I have to write my first haiku in praise of this man who has done a splendid job in bringing out such a fine collection of haiku. The words dance, and in his book, The Dance of Her Napkin, they come ordered in threes and twos, sometimes one. But th
The book is divided in six chapters, featuring poems by Laura, Natalie and Rob, from Australia, and Aju, Sunil and Jaydeep from India. This is an extraordinary work that combines beautiful images with philosophical aphorisms. It succeeds in drawing the at
What I will find in a poetry book called this way? Finally I opened the book and forgot all about this puzzling problem and started to enjoy the reading not without surprise.
The most noticeable characteristic of Cosmos III in his poetry collection Cosmic Blues: A Genesis is his originality. His poetry collection is full of variety and vitality. The power of pure poetic expression is aptly visible in his first poem itself GL
In the same spirit reminiscent of Kalil Gibran’s, “The Prophet, as well as Dante Alighieri’s, The Divine Comedy,” Dr Santosh Kumar expounds in this brilliant book, “Helicon, ” on the evils of war, the deception of government, and the wholeness
In Sea Burst of Soul, Diana Rubin’s poems show evidence of her keen perception. The quality of her poetic genius draws its sustenance from subjects like 'Ice Storm', 'Lighthouse', 'Grandmother', 'Ellis Island', 'Atlantic Storm', 'Christmas' and several