What We Left Unsaid / Poems and Paintings

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Caught on the borderland between dreams and reality, this book of inspired paintings and poetry will stay with you when you fall asleep and haunt you while you are awake. More
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Words: 1,690
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310316074
About Helen Morrigan

Helen Morrigan lives in Carmel, California between the forest and the deep blue Pacific ocean. She is a writer, painter and photographer. You can often find her walking in the woods or on the beach during the day and at night, she is usually in the local pub listening to some great music.

Reviews

Review by: Rori O'Keeffe on July 19, 2016 :
I am thrilled to have this volume in my possession, and it's one of the select few books I keep in my library. I look forward to reading and contemplating the vibrant images over and again.

I found the poems to be well-structured and thoughtfully ordered. The paintings augment and amplify the poems' messages beautifully. I can't say I have a favourite poem or painting here - they're all incredible.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Mark Baer on Oct. 10, 2015 : (no rating)
Helen Morrigan writes with an elegant simplicity - these poems are sensitive without being sentimental - spare and powerful - and solid structurally. I was drawn to them because I am interested in the relationship between words and pictures - the art goes well with the poetry and taken together they are worthy of contemplation - there are no weak links here and even though this is a thin volume it packs a punch. I woke up in the middle of the night thinking about one poem titled The Beach Club - haunting, dreamlike, a mood and emotion I recognize but can't quite name - what more can you ask for for $1.50?
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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