Natural Supernatural Love

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New poems with illustrations from author J.J.Brown express love of nature and explore human connections with the supernatural. From earthquakes to lightning storms, the poems pull readers into a stream of union with the natural world. The author also writes of supernatural fears and spiritual visions. Love poems probe both tender and violent bonds between lovers and society.

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Words: 2,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9780983821151
About JJ Brown

Author J.J.Brown was born in the Catskill Mountain region of New York and has lived in New York City for two decades. She has published novels, short stories and poems. J.J.Brown was a research scientist before turning to fiction writing. She completed a PhD in genetics and her research is published in leading science and education journals.

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Review by: Michael Coleman on June 14, 2012 :
This collection of poetry is categorized into three sections: Natural, Supernatural, and Love. J.J. Brown's versatility is in top form as there are such layers and themes present, one could make an argument for placing different poems in any of the three categories. No matter the subject, this author seemingly crafts spellbinding works at will effortlessly. Reading these selections propels you into realms of light, darkness, and shades of grey in between. Occasionally even the most gifted of wordsmiths are unable to engage their audience, here this is not the case, the writing is both proficient and soulful. So universal and timeless are these poems even the most captious readers will be appreciative of this volume.
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Review by: Lillian Rodriguez on May 21, 2012 :
This collection is poetry at its best. It opened me up to my own vulnerability with gentle prodding. At first you may be resistant to the sweet tones, but quickly you realize the pain which cloaks itself in the sweetness. The poems evoke vivid images of nature, weaving the human life into a tapestry of the natural world. We humans are inescapably a part of the Natural, the Supernatural, and Love.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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