Looking out upon an external world, which seemingly appears transformed by the light from a gothic window, is ... where J J Ginty likes to sit and consider his poetic observations - exploring the deeper psyche within his gothic outlook. Viewing motifs from the extraordinary and other-worldly, to espying themes from the more ordinary and down-to-earth.
These reflections are introspective; largely inspired by the author's own personal encounters, exploits and inscapes; thus creating this poetry piece; found to be encrypted with interpretations and comprehensions from within - designed by life's worldliness from without.
Views From A Gothic Window is a selection of poetry and prose, which is intriguingly dark in nature; though, it does occasionally permit a little comedy and sentiment to tiptoe it's way into the foreboding and peculiar imagery ... of the natural & supernatural; the normal & paranormal.
This book is the second in a series dedicated to viewing the external world (and it's seductive, unworldly inner-natures) from a beautifully gothic perspective.
About the Author
J J Ginty is an eclectic writer who is indeed a poet by nature and selection; and beautifully exhibits his artistry through the composition of verse and prose. An author who could perhaps write about any theme in any place, in any time, or any space. Composing his work to suit almost any style, and almost any taste. Having a propensity towards the darker characteristics of life (and death); whether they'd be real or surreal; natural or unnatural (supernatural); normal or paranormal; ordinary or extraordinary. It would be difficult to sum J J Ginty up as a writer; but for now, at least, it shall be said ... he is a writer/poet who has crafted his style to articulate the Dark and the Gothic.