A follow up volume to Womanifesto; this one with less emphasis on art and poetry as subject matter, but more exploring the intricacies of what flows through the author's mind in a normal phase of writing.
This is a book of poems about desire, love, longing; with other themes threaded throughout the pages. The idea of the muse plays an important role in this volume, and is constantly being referred to. She is the heart of the tome.
Continued internal struggle of the author to come to grips with the ideas of religion and love; much of the book strays from the lines of coherency; it is very much a trip through the mind's state as the words are being put into writing.
The poet struggles with her work, becoming embarrassed at some of her older works she is now recently reading through. Some of the older themes still permeate the work, but she tries to incorporate newer material into the poetry.
"Manic", "psychotic"; in one way or another broken, delusional, I've seen gods, angels, and demons; or their hallucinations. These are some of my thoughts after dipping my toes into the pool of madness, or while doing it.
A mixture of some different styles of poetry, largely and loosely centering on the subject of religion and the muse; love and despair, hopelessness and redemption. Another in a long series of such books by the author. She paints the world she sees through her imaginative eyes for you, the reader.
Poems of love, and despair; the hanging longings of a woman who has lost her lover's hand. She can't go on, but she must; and the feelings she holds inside. These are depressive love poems, poems of want and desire.
These are poems of love and despair, death and the afterlife, rejection and acceptance; they hinge on my anxieties after experiencing some recent nightmares. This volume contains some of the deepest love poems I've written as yet.