Navigating Wind by Terry Persun
Within the collection, certain poems stand out with bursts of tremendous poetic power, showcasing the poet's mastery of language and the ability to evoke intense emotions.
Amazon USANavigating Wind – February 25, 2020 by Terry Persun
Publisher : Cyberwit.net (February 25, 2020)
Language : English
Paperback : 63 pages
ISBN-10 : 9389690463
ISBN-13 : 978-9389690460
Item Weight : 1.11 pounds
This poetry collection captivates with its remarkable diversity of poetic thought, promising to appeal to a broad spectrum of readers. The poet skillfully intertwines beauty with an intriguing "addition of strangeness," sparking the reader's imagination. Throughout the verses, there is a pervasive delicacy and subtlety that reaches deep into the human heart, fostering a connection between the words and the reader's emotions.
Within the collection, certain poems stand out with bursts of tremendous poetic power, showcasing the poet's mastery of language and the ability to evoke intense emotions. What is particularly commendable is the energetic imagination at play, paired with an emotional intensity that resonates throughout the verses. Each poem seems to be a lyrical triumph, displaying the poet's command over language and the art of expression.
The thematic exploration of nature is a compelling aspect of this collection. As the reader embarks on a journey through the verses, there is a gradual unveiling of the significance of nature and the garden to one's self. This thematic thread weaves through the poems, adding depth and coherence to the overall narrative.
In essence, this powerful collection of poems invites readers on a profound exploration of beauty, strangeness, and the intricate connection between the external world and one's inner reflections. It promises a rewarding experience for those seeking poetry that not only stimulates the imagination but also resonates deeply with the complexities of human emotion.
In the poem Side Hill the poet points out about beauty of nature revealing:
Over the yard and across Beautys Run
into pines and maples
the smell of loam and worms
then dew-wet local grass
hay fields lead to the hollow
where bees smell
like the flowers they love and the sun
dries the side hill, which feels
like the warm arms of what might
be called family, if the entire Earth
stood up when called out. (p. 13)
This poetry collection by Terry is nothing short of a remarkable journey into the depths of emotion and nature and human life. With a touch that resonates deeply, the poems within this book are not just words; they are a profound exploration of the soul of nature. Terry's ability to convey a sense of wonder and beauty through his wonderful words makes this collection a truly enjoyable and touching read.
The author's talent shines through as each poem within the collection stands out as amazing, creating a cohesive and impactful experience. The connection to nature is a recurring theme, and it seems that the poems guide readers to explore the beauty inherent in the natural world. The mention of both deep love and deep pain suggests a nuanced exploration of emotions, making this collection a relatable and poignant read for those who have experienced the complexities of nature's influence on the human heart.
Overall, this is a must-have collection that not only speaks to the heart but also serves as a wonderful gift for those who appreciate the beauty and depth of nature's influence on our lives. Enjoy the journey!
Reviewer at Pegasus Literary
**NEWS: BIOMASS: Rewind is the first place Winner of the Book Excellence Awards in the Science Fiction category.
Terry Persun's books have taken readers to the uncharted worlds near the edge of the galaxy ("Hear No Evil"), to lands where shape shifters battle humans (the "Doublesight" series), to the near future in both technology ("The Killing Machine" and "Revision 7:DNA") and shamanism ("The NSA Files" and "The Voodoo Case"), all while keeping the pace with thriller/suspense novels. He's also ventured into history ("Sweet Song" and "Ten Months in Wonderland"), contemporary crime ("Man by the Door" and "Mistake In Identity"), and mainstream novels ("The Perceived Darkness", "Wolf's Rite", and "Deception Creek").
Despite his adventures into other worlds, altered states, and other people's lives, he is said to be fairly average--but that's not a consensus by any means.
Persun lives in Washington state with his wife, seven horses, dozen or so chickens (at any one time), and several cats (a few strays). There's no telling what animals will come to live with them next. When he's not writing or with the animals...well, you probably won't see him--except here: www.TerryPersun.com