By Darryl Whetter
By Christopher Alan Anderson
By Andrew Van Ella
By Paul W. Rice,Ann Olsen
By Bryan Borland
By Michael Vincent Whitemiller
By Angelbert Chikere
“…we needs to carry this fact to be self-evident, that those that have love damage and those that lack love damage additionally… and but for either occasions, like it is that heals.” - Preface
‘This Paradox, This Love’ is a tasteful number of poems that each brain can bite. it's a mixture of exact poems which can in themselves stand independently; yet jointly narrate and orchestrate a symphony which resonates with that frequently paradoxical adventure of affection and loving.
By Dwight Palmer
"Thoughts Of A Tainted middle" is the sentiments of affection and relationships expressed via poems and brief tales. it is the first of the 3 half sequence "The suggestion Process". it is going to trap you (the reader) with its relocating phrases simply up to the daring disguise art.
By Adolph Caso
Adolph (Adolfo) Caso writes in unfastened verse, his topic continually critical, now and then hard or satirizing himself, different occasions exclaiming opposed to the folly of struggle, chastising those that create battle and those that extol it. specifically, he laments the sufferers of Fascism and Communism.
His Love Poem, however, is maybe one of many extra poignant ones, whereas in his, Nel Cimitero Milanese, Adolfo descibes the way of living and loss of life because it is sculpted within the well-known monuments of the well-known cemetary.