Light and Shade serious (and not so serious) poems By Kevin Morris

Light and Shade serious (and not so serious) poems By Kevin Morris

Life is full of light and shade. For to be human is to experience joy, beauty, love, pain and laughter. This collection reflects all facets of human experience. hence the title ‘Light and Shade; serious (and not so serious poems)’.

My Thoughts:

I am really getting into poem books now, I like the fact that this one is divided into sections, one section has thought provoking and serious poems and the other has amusing poems. I enjoyed the majority of the poems Vanity was probably my favourite. I like poems that make you think but I also like poems that are funny and make me smile, Kevin has got a good balance of both here. A really good poem book.

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Reflections of my Youth: A Poetry Collection By Mahesh Mali

Reflections of my Youth: A Poetry Collection By Mahesh Mali

Reflections of my Youth is a collection of poetry about
Love & Romance,
Heartbreak & Pain,
And the world.

It is split into three parts, each dealing with a different feeling. Reflections of My youth takes the readers on a journey to the different moments and revisits the various thoughts and emotions that one has in his/her youth.

My Thoughts:

I have not ever had to read and review a poetry book before so was not sure what to expect, however I would consider reading one again. Reading through these poems doesn’t have to be rushed, sit and think about the words being written. One of my favourite poems is called When I first saw her, the first thing I thought of when I read it was it made me think of my husband, so lovely. There are a few racy poems too but it signifies love and I understand it. I also enjoyed Dwelling on the past and we are one. I found reading these poems a bit like a story that goes on between each of the poems. Mahesh really expresses himself well. We are the One was a brilliant poem to end with. I look forward to reading his next poem book.

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