Humanity portrayed through a glass of dark and light, of clear and blur, of pain and laughter, of life as has been lived and as having been lived sought to explain where no explanation is asked for, warranted, left open, closed and without any given knowledge exists only in the silence of the mind where words create their own sound, their own music, mood, and have a taste unique to themselves and then fall like leaves upon an uncaring earth where feelings laid down are turned to dust and then forgotten are.
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About the Author
Gordon Kuhn resides in Florida with his wonderful wife and best friend: Jan. He is a disabled Vietnam veteran who began writing while in the United States Marine Corps. He has had humorous articles published in professional business valuation/accounting journals. His poetry has been published on several internet sites, in a literary magazine that is published quarterly by the Peppertree Press in Sarasota, FL, featured in You Tube videos, and in blogs in the United States and in England.
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Widow's Cliff and Other Poems based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
As with any collection there is something for everyone between the covers. For me - I found several gems. Absolutely amazing poems full of life and emotion. Beautiful and soft, yet powerful. There is a remarkable freshness to the poetry and I hope that he will soon publish another collection. I enjoyed reading the poetry in this book because the emotions are raw and explicit. You know right off the bat what this writer is thinking and feeling. This book contains some tear-jerking poems that expose a myriad of emotions, the writer emotions as well as your own. This is a definite must read!
This isn't just a book of poetry. This is a book filled with slices of real life. It will make you stop and think, smile, maybe shed a tear or two, laugh, stop and think, and provide hours of enjoyment.