A Gentle Wave of the Quill
The image of a photograph that stands alone is seen in various ways by the eyes of the beholder. In A Gentle Wave of the Quill, poems are written in rich and imaginative concepts that which brings light to the forefront of each photograph. This book is full of enjoyable photographs from around the world. The poet enhances a creative outlook in such a way for readers to recognize a whole new prospective.
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