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Posted October 29, 2011
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(Official Apex Reviews Rating: 3.5 Stars)
It is common knowledge that men often have more difficulty than their feminine counterparts when it comes to expressing their feelings through words. Despite the fact that the intensity of those feelings may be just as strong, it remains a difficult task for the members of the male species to find just right way to relate said intensity in clear, easily understood language.
Throughout the pages of To Woman, From Man, though, author and poet A. Jarrell Hayes attempts to alleviate the aforementioned problem through the medium of poetic verse. Encompassing everything from romantic love to sexual love to love for one's family, the poems in Hayes' collection aspire to express the nebulous depths of a man's soul. While the concept behind it isn't necessarily groundbreaking, To Woman, From Man makes a solid effort to bridge the ever-widening communication gap that exists between the sexes. In so doing, Hayes can, at the very least, be credited with attempting to solve what for centuries has proven to be quite the difficult problem to address. An enjoyable read.