Colours of Poetry

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Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Light through a prism, and we see colour.
Hues and shades, sensations of emotions, all crafted into lyrical words. Colours of Poetry takes verse and makes it visual, linking poems to the rainbow spectrum. Each section crafts the poetry in tandem to a theme, from a sapphire sea, to the first hint of sunshine on a lemon tinted daybreak. More

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Words: 6,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310023538
About A. F. Stewart

A. F. Stewart is from Nova Scotia, Canada, is fond of good books (especially science fiction/fantasy), action movies, and oil painting as a hobby.

Ms. Stewart has been writing for several years, her main focus being in the fantasy genre. She also has a great interest in history and mythology, often working those themes into her books and stories.

To date she has authored and published several short novels, collections of poetry and short fiction and non-fiction entertainment guides. Her most well-known books are the Killers and Demons series, Ruined City and Chronicles of the Undead.

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Review by: Sheila Deeth on June 02, 2015 :
Lovely titles, beautifully organized, invite the reader into the pages of A F Stewart’s Colours of Poetry. The pages are filled with poems of many different forms, but the author creates a very natural feel in each form, and even, wisely, includes an explanation of poetic forms at the end.

The organization of the poems follows the rules of poetry as surely as do the poems, with each new concept flowing naturally from the last. The Devil’s Deal – “A sky tongue / silver some may say ... and moonlight at the crossroads...” – might be my favorite. Or lyrical beauty might draw me in, as in, “Shall we dance with angels / far above the velvet clouds, / where the stars whisper light / and cast it to the eyes below?” But perhaps instead I’ll “spend our transitory sanity /chasing gilded gleams of hope,” Under the Midnight Sun.

Tyrian Purple offers the cruelties of lost and broken loves, of wounded earth, and of histories colored with beauty, together with poetic hints of hope.But another favorite is Ashen, or maybe Horizon. Hope flows down through darkness as pages turn, and Ann’s Stardust Farewell offers shape and meaning as well as dedication for this collection. Colors of Poetry is a beautiful book, to dip into or to read page after page, haunting, absorbing, and beautifully drawn.

Disclosure: I won a free ecopy and I offer my honest review.
(reviewed 56 days after purchase)

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