The book’s title:
A Sachet of Poetry
Adoration – Anger – Asylums – Aspiration
These poems characterize the thoughts of innocence sold into a false world of adoration. Living in silence, God did not keep this innocence from hell, and death would be a long way off and life was between the now and then. Ahead lay sacrifice, pain and suffering. Life should be fruitful; the human life produces scenes of public, private distress and anger springs forth with hate and blood. Mortally led to the mysterious world of knowing the fist is not love, it is the slaughter of innocence. Innocence institutionalized because of disobedience, failing to comply with and act upon the orders of their controller, the answer asylum. Reality embedded within the soul of innocence, no future, no meaning to life. Innocence in truth wants and dreams of death; these are the true aspirations of the abused. These words are dedicated to all of those innocence humans that will never know happiness, and death lives with them every day as a means of freedom. This sachet of poems, are small packets of words depicting the thoughts during the lives of such innocents.
A Sachet of Poetry – Adoration – Anger – Asylums – Aspiration is a collection of poems created from a fact-based work of fiction. An innocent young girl named Rebecca was forced into an asylum by her mother and husband, the poems are created from her thoughts during a time of adoration after finding she might love this evil person; it soon turned into anger. The poetry changed during this journey into thought depicting her time in the asylum lead to her reflections, her aspirations of seeking death.
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I’m not a poet and should never judge poetry. However, I think I can see by the post where your theme or leitmotif is heading. To reveal what is eternal through the medium of suffering.
Thank you for your comment I do appreciate it. Ann
I sometimes feel bad that I can’t offer the few poets in the San Antonio Writer’s Guild a proper critique. I can only give them my impression as a reader.
Many hold back from critiquing what they actually want to say by having a generic answer. No one wants to tell a writer that their work is bad, in fear of hurting feelings. Years ago I wrote critiques that were encouraging but not “excellent work” type so the writer would not give up, as at some point years later I may be reading a great works of that person from such encouragement. Thank you again, enjoy the weekend. Ann
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