Written by Christopher Merrill, Flares is a poetic collection comprising poems of diverse elegances, unforgettable experiences of the poet and events encountered in several places of Middle East Asia entailed with vivid imagination and insights.
Roger Aplon has put together a collection of poems with a wide variety of sections. In each one, there’s a contrast in style, theme, and so on. The poems are intense, each one simply enough to stand on its own.
There’s a constant comfort to the poems in this new book from James Grabill. He examines life, essentially presenting his poems almost as a research experiment or paper but in a far more interesting way. Immediately with the first poem, “Reverberation of the Genome,” you will be drawn in. This particular poem, is divided into four parts: “The Symbiosis in Diego Rivera,” “As the Sun Soars Over,” “In Schoenberg Mind,” and “Blue Fin in the Seas of Hemingway.”
William Reichard has derived inspiration from nature and worldly concerns by the power of his imagination and has composed it in an aesthetically pleasing poetic collection named as Our Delicate Barricades Downed.
Brief Accident of Light the latest poetic collection by Rhina P. Espaillat and Alfred Nicol showcases the most entrancing poems relating to alluring locations resided in a coastal city called Newburyport. If a book of poems gets the support of illustrations it becomes flawless and shows the essence of seamlessly styled writings in true means as Kate Sullivan’s illustrations have done here. No doubt the poems have an emotional attraction and are well allied with the art of poetry and infuse spectacular effects on the reader as felt in Morning Railway Riders and The Youngest Actors Take the Stage.
Donald Vincent’s Convenient Amnesia stands as a work of art of orality and temporality in the prospering oeuvre that is his poetic showground. The verse pervades the pain and agony of blacks and depicts certain restrictions imposed on them.
This book of poems is a themed one dedicated to the rescuing of a cat named, Simona. While living in Truro, Norman and his family chose to add a pet to their lives. As many rescued pets are apt to do, the cat chose them as her new mates. The cat in turn became Norman’s muse.
Although the subtitles of this new poetry collection from Maha Zimmo might indicate a very light fluffy book of poems, this is exactly a book of poetry that is not anywhere near greeting card verse sweetness.