A collection of twenty nine poems about love in war, lost loves, found loves, destructive loves and suicidal loves. Penned by the author over a period of twenty five years in four different countries where he resided.
After ‘Voices in My Head’ and ‘They Won’t Shut Up’ in this third poetry book by Cindy, you will not find sex, violence, blood and gore, and neither vampires, zombies or ghosts. What you will find are poems about fleeting and elusive moments captured in rhyme through the sands of time.
A Heart Staged in Pain, Anger and Denial is a book of poems dealing with grief and loss. This collection of poetic expressions highlights emotions and thoughts throughout the grief process; denial, pain, guilt, and anger. These poems are meant to give insight and understanding to those who have experiences in common and can find solidarity in the fact that grief, loss and depression.
In her second book of poetry, Karolyn K Smith continues to explore varying themes of love, loss and everyday life. Smith delves deeper into the emotions of grief and loss after the deaths of loved ones and a shocking suicide by a close friend. And even as she contends with loss and grieves, in an ode to her mother in Smith encourages to look beyond the grief and think of memory-filled days.
This collection of 150 poems and song lyrics was compiled by the author as most representative of the times and events in her life. The poems were previously published, either individually or in chapbook form, and the lyrics are unpublished but have all been performed in song format. The subject matter is both broad and personal.
One Thousand Nine Hundred and Eighty Four Words: Book 1 is the first of ten books of poems; concentrating on experiences and inspirations from the 90's in the life of a young South African's mind. We experience the world in different ways and we see different shades in all colours; but the colour of murder remains the same - and the shades of death... remain black and ashy.