Poetry

The Stone Mason's Notebook Paperback – May 10, 2016 by Carmelo Militano (Author)

The Stone Mason's Notebook Paperback – May 10, 2016 by Carmelo Militano (Author)

It seems an interesting afternoon after visiting an old aunt! The sight of moss growing between cobblestones in the courtyard of the convent is not uncommon, as the damp and shaded environment provides a suitable habitat for such plants.

Bloodstream Is An Illusion Of Rubies Counting Fireplaces

Bloodstream Is An Illusion Of Rubies Counting Fireplaces

Peter Dellolio offers up a new poetry book filled with mostly shorter free verse poems and a few longer poems, too. Oftentimes, commentary is made on the poet who writes a short form poem as if it is not as relevant as a much longer three page epistle poem, for example.

SERENDIPITY Paperback – February 18, 2023 by Robert Witmer (Author)

SERENDIPITY Paperback – February 18, 2023 by Robert Witmer (Author)

Robert Witmer offers an eclectic book of poems mixing in free verse, prose, and some shorter forms (haiku and senryu and haibun-like prose) in this new collection. Also included interspersed in the poems are some of his personal comments as well as quotations.

Wander Where They Will by Chuck Tripi

Wander Where They Will by Chuck Tripi

The poems not only dive deep into vast imagery, but they also are immersed in ideas. What is poetry if it is not trying to say something to the reader, to the writer and/or at a casual glance of the verse?

When Wilding Returns by Carol Lee Saffioti-Hughes Copyright 2022, Cyberwit

When Wilding Returns by Carol Lee Saffioti-Hughes Copyright 2022, Cyberwit

Saffioti-Hughes’ poems wash over you while generating a remarkable presence. Her poems have a spirit about them. The images seem to hover with intensity or a quiet grace and so much more.

We enter the by Piet Nieuwland

We enter the by Piet Nieuwland

The poems are complete and balanced with a touch of guided originality which means they can stand on their own or within the confines of the book and work well either way.

Once One Discovers Love: By Caleb Delos-Santos

Once One Discovers Love: By Caleb Delos-Santos

‘Several Perplexing Questions Following a Poetry Accomplishment’, in this poem Caleb questions his own creativity of writing poetry. He wonders whether is it common or rare for one to feel a sense of disappointment with each writing. Is it possible for one to feel an end of writing to be near, with just one significant publication? What peaks a creativity, could it sustain or head towards downfall immediately? Very aptly he writes;

Secrets of Edenfield by Loni Hoots

Secrets of Edenfield by Loni Hoots

While Edenfield is not a real institution, it was inspired by multiple different actual institutions from around the world. These institutions from her research are no longer in operation. According to the author, she came across intriguing yet horrible information about the extreme mistreatments and misconducts suffered by these institutionalized patients.

Highway of Dreams by Maureen Anne Browne

Highway of Dreams by Maureen Anne Browne

There are poems that take a deeper dive into serious subjects as well. Poems are written mostly in free verse and prose.

Letters of Intent - Paperback – January 2, 2022 by Nico Vassilakis (Author)

Letters of Intent - Paperback – January 2, 2022 by Nico Vassilakis (Author)

The book is divided into several different sections. The question is do the section titles suggest the art work letters that will follow or not? Another question the reader may ask, is there a message in the words and letters or not?