Robert Joseph Iwaniec -- "The Philosopher Poet" -- is a leader in the inspirational poetry movement. He has the rare ability to engage his readers into purposeful thought and the uncanny talent to say so much in so few words.
Dr. Iwaniec's fifth book of inspired poetry, is a collection of his most meaningful poems from previous works merged with some of his most recent inspirations.
With poems like "Love becoming", "Symbiotic", and "Eternal's Door", Dr.
Iwaniec delves into topics, which we all think about, but rarely discuss. For example, his one-line poem, "As a Matter of Fact", states:
"What man knows of matter, really doesn't matter to man."
the Philosopher Poet invites the reader to think beyond the senses and to question what he thinks he knows about the world in which he lives.
Dr. Iwaniec feels, no matter how deeply we dig into the material world,
the immaterial, intangible things will continue to matter the most. No scientist will ever discover a molecule of love. Yet most would agree that it is of the highest value.
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