"Spectral Freedom" sings melodies of loss in poetry, prose and criticism, as well as providing the reader the ultimate definition of freedom. She shows how the human condition can be cruelly imprisoned inside of a box nailed shut on all sides and yet the soul is capable of breaking through that prison and rise.
Sharing love from 40 years of poetry and prose Conrad offers samples from across time that demonstrate maturation of presentation of an enduring theme. Conrad's style teases the reader playing with double-entendre and freeing one to experiment with varying meter and weight to explore the different meanings of words and discover alternative messages or emotions within a piece.
This Collection of my October blog posts is about accepting life and accepting how we feel about life.
It includes collection of encouraging topics, poem, and Prose.
I hope this will inspire and encourage others to live life, accept the things they can't change and to help them deal with emotional problems.
With twenty-three works in R. M. Fraser's first ever book, there is sure to be something for everyone. Topics include memories, grief and loss, fantasy, love and relationships, and a peek at his experiences growing up with culturally Deaf parents.
This is one of those poems that hit the very foundation of philosophy, Who am I, what am I, where did I come from, where am I going, what is my fate?
Your poem was intelligent and helpful to all who face life as thinkers. Well written, very good imagery. It moves well, and begs to be responded to.
----Late Arthur G. Finch Commented on "An Added Player" from this book.