The fifth Sequel to Poetry Books for Love & Art, continues with ‘Triad of Faces’ in 17 poems +1, inspired by contemporary works of art: ‘Every Morn’’ - her vibes are felt by her love interest every morning between the sheets of his awakening. In ‘Heated Sleep’ the artist feels his love physically present as he works on his painting with an erotic theme. A lover’s return inspired this poem ‘Have You Come Back’. In the poem ‘Triad of Faces’ his love interest appears with two faces. ‘Your Sea’ - the powers of the sea that sweep through the artist’s love interest. In ‘Moulds of Stone’ the artist’s goes back in the human timeline touching human imprints. In ‘Militant Man’ the artist highlights the sexual suppression of a lover. ‘Trigonometric Awakening’ reflects on the experience of an unusual awakening, with geometric relationships in love and places. A dream about rolling on a voluptuous lover in ‘The Lie’ takes a lover to his erotic landscape. ‘Polished Marble’ Love between moon and sun inspired surfaces two lovers experience. ‘Desire’ - for many months love is experienced only at greater distance. Will the final merging in the ups and downs of love in ‘Love’s Endlessness’ be achieved? ‘Watching You Watching Me’ - desire and love in the 21st century’s way of communication. ‘Sacral Bone’ - Sexual identities probed. In ‘Faces’ - love’s powerful images appear as embossed faces upon layers of linen. ‘Cloud of Misty Morning’ - the universal geometry of planets and dreams echoes love. ’Love is Life’ - a vision into the meandering soul’s depictions. In ‘Lancing’ - love spans across a huge ravine connecting lover’s different lands.
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About the Author
Z.J. Galos was born in eastern Austria. Educated in Vienna in art and architecture, he sailed for the Cape of Africa, experiencing the vastness and variety of the Southern African continent. He has visited most sites of cultural antiquity in Greece that had a profound impression on his perspective for the arts. His novels are also in print at :www.StrategicBookClub.com; www.trafford.com
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