Category: Poetry

Death Throes of the Broken Clockwork Universe | Critical Book Review

In the realm of indie poetry, Death Throes of the Broken Clockwork Universe by Wayne David Hubbard stands as a unique reflection on life’s two timeless obsessions: love and time. This condensed collection, a product of a decade’s worth of musings, offers readers a fleeting glimpse into the author’s mind and experiences. Crafting a Poetry…

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Like Fire and Ice | Critical Book Review

A Glimpse into the Depths of Despair and Hope In “Like Fire and Ice,” Eli takes readers on a tumultuous journey through the realms of confessional poetry. This indie collection delves deep into the personal, unearthing intense emotions that resonate with anyone who has faced trauma and hardship. Eli’s narrative stretches from the abyss of…

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Inhabitant | Critical Book Review

Experimental, daring, yet subtle, Inhabitant by Charles Crittenden explores the profound depths of human existence through the lens of an almost extraterrestrial perspective. Inhabitant manages to strike a unique chord, blending energy with an eerie silence, as it narrates the journey of a weary man seeking a sense of belonging within himself and the vast…

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Book for Lonely Evenings | Critical Book Review

In “Book for Lonely Evenings,” Ethan R. Ray takes us on an emotional rollercoaster through the vast spectrum of human feelings. With 141 poems that delve into both universal and personal experiences, Ray crafts a collection that brings readers face to face with the intricacies of life. The opening line, “Tired like a dirty saloon,”…

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