Skov-Nielsen writes vulnerable and edgy poems in this collection. Her voice has a way of stirring emotions while giving you a glimpse into the raw underbelly of life. From the poem “Epiphany”: “A turkey vulture carves a holding pattern overhead, / is called to land by a sweet-smelling carcass.”
Ellie Csepregi writes in layers with these poems seemingly part of cakes, her inspiration.
Elizabeth Greene opens up her book of poems with one telling the reader what she likes about poetry. She seems to like the persistence of it, according to the poem. Her poems are mostly free verse and prose.
This book of poems is written In memory of Marguerite Bourgeoys, 1620-1700. Van Der Meer tries to explore feelings and thoughts of Bourgeoys in these poems. From poem #8: “The best opportunities / sometimes come without / us looking for them.”
Dave Margoshes makes poetry an art with images tumbling across pages.
Radmore offers up clever verse and winsome thoughts and feelings in this collection of a variety of poems.
“I have one page, yellowed, folded, one paper / that spreads what I know of myself / thinly across it, letters drop from the edge / blow off the page from my sighs” from the poem “Blanks” are lines that indicate what beautiful yet poignant poetry lies in these pages.
Bruce Hunter writes strong poetry. His line “These are the words that began the journey” sums it up nicely. His poems seem like they are a journey through life. He writes with a bustling energy and a storytellers pen.
Introspective and natural poems await the reader in this delightful poetry collection.