Revelation

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Keeping with his passion for translating images and stories from around the world, this collection of poetry holds true to Kevin's style. From the title poem 'Revelation', to '1200 Daughters' and 'Soul Music', each piece delivers something special and unique to its reader. More

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Words: 2,420
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370099801
About Kevin Semeniuk

From a young age Kevin has found some of his greatest moments of inspiration tucked into the vision of a screenplay or within the sounds of a story being brought to life in a song. Having discovered two separate worlds with a bond like no other to his own hopes and dreams, he quickly found both the escape from, and relation to, his life as each moment would find him. Once realizing his true love for storytelling and his ability to relate to the world around him as he felt it, Kevin began his journey through the translation of images. After publishing a collection of poetry books, along with his debut fiction novel, 'Sweeping with God', Kevin went on to release his second fiction novel titled, ‘Sugar', in the summer of 2015. As he continues to frequent his love of poetry with writings of the world as he so fondly adores it, in even the darkest of corners, Kevin has recently completed the works of his third novel titled, 'Grace in October', which was released in the new year 2017. Along with the expansion of his brand, Fifteen for Hope, and the release of it's apparel line, he has now found himself at the beginning of yet another story anxiously awaiting its unfolding.

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Review by: Mike White on Jan. 06, 2017 :
There are lots of great verses here. I particularly liked many of the more political ones. I'm certainly glad that many modern poets are resisting the move against rhyming and metered poetry.
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Review by: Malcolm Torres on Dec. 04, 2016 :
I enjoyed this poems. They are deep and serious in nature. The images and ideas really made me think about life and love, God and existence.
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