AuthorHouse, Jul 1, 2009 - 248 pages
These poems are varied in most respects except in their authorship and use of the English language. Sometimes brimming with love, yet not always glad; in spaces haunted by hatred or ugliness, yet confounded by shy mysteries of innocence; and with sarcastic atheism threatening more than the life and the light of the universe, the reader will come away from these experiences feeling different than from before. The better ones celebrate the resilience of life. The best ones remain up to you. All of these are alive with the reader, continuing to exist and to triumph with glory, through the vicissitudes of our enduring fate.
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