BOOK REVIEW: The Man on the Moon by Chris Mc Geown

When I read it, The Man on the Moon by Chris Mc Geown was the last poetry book left on my “unread bookshelf.”  I was sad to run out of books in the genre, but reading this made me happy. I found Chris Mc Geown’s fantastic work here on WordPress.  I reviewed his first book, … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Man on the Moon by Chris Mc Geown

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BOOK REVIEW: A Book Of Women Poets: From Antiquity To Now ed. by Aliki Barnstone & Willis Barnstone

I got this book when I was in college.  I studied English, with a concentration in Creative Writing.  So, I read & wrote a lot of poetry. I honestly don’t remember which class assigned this book, but I know we didn’t read much of it.  The wide reach of this book looked so appealing, I … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: A Book Of Women Poets: From Antiquity To Now ed. by Aliki Barnstone & Willis Barnstone

Shattering

Trust, once broken, can be pieced back together. Painstakingly putting piecesinto rightful placesof brighter days’ form, glued together by time. But, the resulting productis far more fragile and never quite as lovely. ®Ariel Lynn 11/4/16

BOOK REVIEW: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare – Poetry

I had every intention of writing & posting this last week.  Then, my Dad’s car crapped out & I had to be his driver.  I would’ve rather re-read The Complete Works of William Shakespeare, to be honest. Shakespeare’s poetry isn’t as well known as his plays; not by a long shot.  However, many of us … Continue reading BOOK REVIEW: The Complete Works of William Shakespeare – Poetry