Postcards from the Line of Demarcation

Postcards from the Line of Demarcation Fifty two short stories of poetic prose about issues and emotions often experienced but not always voiced Book in Branch Isole s Poetic Prose

  • Title: Postcards from the Line of Demarcation
  • Author: Branch Isole
  • ISBN: 9780974769264
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fifty two short stories of poetic prose about issues and emotions often experienced, but not always voiced.Book 4 in Branch Isole s Poetic Prose

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    1. This small book of poetry a win from First Reads Giveaway, is a wonderful delightful experience. (reading poetry always is an experience I think) Reviewing poetry is difficult because we all have different tastes and preferences.Several of the poems stirred my conscience and reminded me of mistakes I had made in my life, things that I have regretted. Other poems resonated with things I see and feel that I thought I was unique in feeling. For example "When In Jr.High" brings to mind a way that w [...]

    2. I recieved this book as a giveaway.This poetry gives a good insight on life. Every poem pertains to the everyday person stumbling a long through present day. I found I could understand or relate to every topic brought up while stil pushing my thinking. I think this poetry may have been created a little to safely and need to push more boundries but none the less was well worth reading it.

    3. I received this book in a GoodReads contest. enjoyed the book of poetry. I have to say that because of the content, it will not be a coffee table favorite or one that I would openly recommend to all of my friends. The book will require a mature audience to enjoy/appreciate the content.Some of the works caused me to have a stop and think about it moment that I truly appreciated.

    4. Thank you for giving me this book. Winning this on , I have opened my heart to all sorts of poetry. I just loved your book. The poems cut right through my skin like salt on a wound. I felt heart strings pulled through this book. It is defiantly worth a good read!

    5. I won this book through a First Reads Giveaway and I've been reading at least one poem a day. When I first picked up the book, I thought I wasn't going to like it but it's proven me wrong. The author's insight, feelings, and wisdom come through in his poetry.

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