The stage is set for the poems to follow and perhaps the overall themes to be found within this new book as well. It’s a peaceful opening, and one of deep creative thoughts.
This new poetry book is split up into two sections “iLearn” and “iTeach.” Yets uses an unusual way to title her book. Using the title to delineate the different parts incorporates it in a meaningful way to the book’s overall presentation.
Opening “Echo’s Recipe” is similar to perusing a new menu at a new restaurant. The author has cleverly organized his poems into a sort of supper club or possibly dinner club menu.
Will Schneider offers a unique perspective on what his poems are and are not possibly in comparison to other poets and poetry or not, take your pick. He writes with an untethered ambiguity lingering in the dark, jumping forward in the light.
Poetry, in company with all art forms, has often been seen as a powerful means of expressing dissent or providing a critical commentary on current events and society as a whole.
“Watermelon Linguistics” is a compilation poetry book which includes works from previous publications or films as well as new poems.
Steen intrigues the reader with classic suspense from the very beginning through nostalgic memories of his childhood. Between Here and Now explores the past life of Steen as a child and shows the reader the long way he has come through.
Mr. Burns presents us with a book of short and prose poems. The book is divided into three sections, Hot Dog and Bun: A Duet in short poetry, Chopped Liver, prose poems; and A Dog’s Breakfast, Haiku, Tanka, and Sedoka.