A Souvenir of Antigua in Poetry reflects the author's fond memories of life on the island. On its own, the book persuades the reader to pause, with profound questions to self, and encourages empathy, as the reader experiences a deliciously emotional journey. For those who long to engage in literary works, with substance, A Souvenir of Antigua in Poetry is filled with sparkling gems. They range from poems with musical cadence, as in "Potpourri Music;" or innocent childhood imaginings, as in "The Clouds;" to serious musings, as in "Time and Place Intersection;" or humour, as in "Ode to a Pervert." A Souvenir of Antigua in Poetry easily fits into any era. Reading it is a special poetically edifying experience!
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I read Sislyn's book from cover to cover. The poems are enlightening, yet there is humour, and a feeling of being on the island of Antigua with the Author, experiencing her childhood dreams and ambitions. Sislyn's book of poems is really a SOUVENIR to treasure.