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on April 01, 2012 :
Jackie Williams eschews conventional poetry with modern themes and dystopia. Yesterdays Children is well written and compiled in a dark, drab attire while a veil of truth is pulled over the reader's eyelids. It takes the reader on a ride into a literary symbolism of modern day. It weaves in and out of the mind, compels and disturbs but without the conventional shock of graphic violence. Some of the poems in the collection that my heart grew fond of were, but not limited to: Ritual, Children in the Woodwork, Ticks, Domestic Violence, After the Rain and Mary's Heart. This is a great read and worth the purchase.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)