The Many Silences Of Loveby H. Lloyd Weston
With passion, humor, style, and musicality, The Many Silences of Love tempts our senses with vivid imagery and/i>
Called an "artist unique" by Professor John Stapleton of the Arts Students League in New York, H. Lloyd Weston presents a compelling new collection of poetry that brilliantly captures the subtleties and heartbreaks of love in our digital age.
With passion, humor, style, and musicality, The Many Silences of Love tempts our senses with vivid imagery and beautiful language. Weston delves into the time-tested forms of communicating love in this fast-paced, social-media drenched world. Through his intense prose, he advocates for a return to the "taste of rose-red lips", the "soft touch of hands", and the "quivering stream of tears" that should be a part of every loving relationship.
Weston explores love in all its varied guises. Whether it be unrequited love as shown in "Moment," pondering what might have been in "I Often Think of You," or reveling in the freedom of being sincerely in love in "What You Mean to Me," Weston creates a moving portrait of this deepest of all human emotion.
Full of sweeping emotion, The Many Silences of Love will capture your heart and stir your very soul.
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"The Many Silences of Love" warms the soul. My favorite love poem is: A Taste of Love "From the brim of love's Sweet chalice-- I swiped A flavoured kiss... and was Instantly intoxicated by the taste of Your rose-red lips... when passion..." Buy this book for the rest of this poem and more of H.Lloyd Weston's love poems. For the art lovers who adore the book cover painting "The White Orchid",this oil painting is currently on exhibition at the Denise Bibro Fine Art Gallery,529 West 20th Street,New York,NY from December 16,2010 to January 29,2011. Opening night reception is Thursday January 6th, from 6-8 pm.