Lost Sunshine

Rated 4.20/5 based on 15 reviews
A collection of short poems about the journey to rock bottom and the subsequent challenge of attempting to repair a severely damaged psyche. More
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About Lynn Daniels

Lynn Daniels is a poet and author of the novel In Search of Infinity: Living Through the Glass. As a lover of all things art, Lynn spends much of her free time painting, drawing and crafting her skills as a digital artist. You can visit her blog at http://mindsofldaniels.blogspot.com/.

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Reviews of Lost Sunshine by Lynn Daniels

jackjohnson reviewed on March 29, 2018

Extremely morose and gothic, dark and sad . . . which I happen to wallow in from time to time, and that's why I like it.
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Jenny Eagle reviewed on Feb. 28, 2018

Put this on my Kindle a long time ago and read bits of it here and there but it never really hooked me. If you like poetry that is a dark and sad, give it a try.
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TiraGP reviewed on Oct. 2, 2017

I don't read lot of poetry, but I kept seeing this book related to other books I've read. I decided to give it a try. The author paints a picture of a sad and lonely existence. Throughout it seems there is an underlying level of joy beneath the apparent horror of our simple existence. Everybody interprets poetry differently, so this is just my interpretation.
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BSmitty222 reviewed on Aug. 3, 2017

Bleak and beautiful.
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Ann Michaels reviewed on Jan. 4, 2017

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow said ‘Every man has his secret sorrows which the world knows not; and often times we call a man cold when he is only sad.” I think this has truth in it; many poems also tell us this. This collection of poetry expresses a rawness of emotion and it reminds us that poetry can express hurt, grief, depression and that poetry can also take us to a world of imagination and lead us to a place of healing.
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Greeenie reviewed on Nov. 18, 2016

Dark . . . . very . . . . dark, and yet somehow not too dark. Just enough redemption to keep me hanging on by my fingernails.
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ManlyDude reviewed on Oct. 21, 2016

Bleak, dark and depressing with moments (very brief moments) of hope. But I liked it, though.
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Peter Morgan reviewed on Oct. 17, 2016

Sombre and satisfying. I will recommend this to so many of my colleagues. Glimmers of hope through the pain and despair. Moody and brilliant.
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NateG reviewed on Oct. 12, 2016

A bit dark for my taste but some may enjoy (if enjoy is the right word - perhaps 'brood over' is more like it). Powerful it is, however.
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lowkit reviewed on Oct. 9, 2016

Dark and brooding and totally down on life. Excellent word play and keen insights on depression / human nature. Only a tiny glimpse here and there of any hope among all the bitter ugliness of life. If you like this sort of thing, it's just the book of poems for you.
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