Frances Roberts Reilly offers a beautiful venture into her prose and free verse poems. From the poem “Saiforella”: “The old fortune teller read a lady by her fair hand. / I ask, do we believe in that? / With a wink, thoughts come pouring / out of a sprightly Gypsy jig played on a harp.”
Evan J offers a socially conscience and modern day book of poems.
Sparse language and an emotional drive punch up these poems in this quick witted collection.
Prose and free verse poems make up this pop culture somewhat of an exploration or homage to Barbie, yes that Barbie. These are hip poems with a smack of realism.
Harry Posner divides this book of poetry into 4 enticing sections. His writing is original using free verse, rhyme, and other means to put poem to page. From the poem “in the event of true happiness”:
This remarkable poetry collection is charged with highly imaginative words and phrases along with with cadenced and rhythmical flow of style. Amazing book!
Erin Wilson writes poems that are superiorly precise and well connected. Her use of language is skillful and unique. From the poem “Tangerine”: “There have been times / when all forests have been folded / and all their darkness / funneled by the folds / to flood the inkwell of my mind.”
Celeste Nazeli Snowber’s poetry book is a collection that examines being raised by an artistic mother who survived the Armenian genocide. Her writing is intuitive and filled with flavor. From the poem “Stained Glass Love”: