A Few Powerful Spaces

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Now there is just something about Fawkner City Park where I spent those days, a well of resonance, of intention for so many people, for better health and meditation or worse war between nature and mad capitalism rush. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Poetry » Spiritual
  • Words: 11,130
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781370045372
About Jason B. R. Maxwell

As a 33 spiral-year-old performing poet, and grounded hippy father of two beautiful daughters, I am currently living and dreaming happily in Victoria Australia. I am also studying a dual bachelor of Art In Professional Writing and Publishing and Literature and Composition by long distance learning. My favourite styles include beat and post beat free verse, with subjects that range from political to the spiritual metaphysical to the memoir momentary. I am also currently working on an extended memoir from childhood, trying to bring back all those beautiful dreams me, my brother and my gypsy mother had travelling commune and festival Australia in the 90's. However most of the time I'm just back from a dream of now and loving the great bright scholarship of life itself.

W spiraling shells of the universe

-Jas :)

P.S. feel free to e-mail me about anything really;

jsun_maxwell@live.com

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Review by: G.D. Master on Jan. 30, 2017 :
Maxwell’s “A Few Powerful Spaces” rings evident with beatnik inspiration freely established and distributed by early gurus of peace, harmony, and intellectual madness: Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac. The poems in this book can be challenging with their multi-layered adjectives; phrases concocted from all parts of speech and divided by commas, line breaks and stanzas, resulting in descriptive blurs and occasional concrete images. While the style of poetry expressed by this author can be argued as extensive comma spliced meandering, it does carry with it a dreamy cohesive appeal that may draw some readers in and even compel them to conjure comprehensible imagery and meaning. Like much of Ginsberg’s work, Maxwell’s surfs the outer foam of rational breakwater in a sea of textual meaning, but unlike the beatnik master, Maxwell does not capture a discernable folklore or imagistic power rising from collective human experience. While Maxwell’s writing does not capture the spirit of a generation, it does manage to entertain on a level successive to that of modern beatnik writers.
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