Moons, Karla Dehlavi's second collection of poems, is separated into five parts: Moons, Houses of Green Trees, Stories for Lonely Hours, Night on Colored Walls and Disparity. With a dark tone throughout, the poems vary in length, from four lines to five pages, and also structure, sometimes using punctuation to convey the desired emotion. The content also varies, containing appreciations of urban decadence, as well as the nighttime sky and the rain, and personification is often used to create conversations between elements in nature.
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About the Author
Karla Dehlavi was born in Montevideo, Uruguay in 1991. At an early age, she began receiving recognition by her teachers for her various pieces of writing, ranging from short stories and plays, to poetry. At nine years old, she was featured for her writing in the LA Times' "101 Remarkable Young People" special.
She has travelled to various countries and currently resides in Barcelona, Spain. She is also the author of "Tripping Over Flowers", her first collection of poems, and "Of Poets and of Writing" her most recent collection.