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A great value for money, 100 soulful, emotion evoking, rhyming poems, filled with imagery, comprised in seven chapters for any mood or situation, the chapters are: 1. The Art of Romance 2. The Bitter Taste of Love 3. A Tender Thought 4. Expressions of Faith 5. Fiction, Reality & the Tropics 6. Sad Days & 7. Artist-totle. There are a number of themes in this antholoA great value for money, 100 soulful, emotion evoking, rhyming poems, filled with imagery, comprised in seven chapters for any mood or situation, the chapters are: 1. The Art of Romance 2. The Bitter Taste of Love 3. A Tender Thought 4. Expressions of Faith 5. Fiction, Reality & the Tropics 6. Sad Days & 7. Artist-totle. There are a number of themes in this anthology, they are: Passionate Love, Heartbreak, Touching Sentiments, Godly Faith, Thriller-like Imaginations, Inspirational Motivation, Social Consciousness, Creative Abstractions, Exotic Tropical Life, Sadness & Philosophical Reasoning....

Title : Beautiful Thoughts: Poems (The First Collection)
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ISBN : 24925603
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 213 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Beautiful Thoughts: Poems (The First Collection) Reviews

  • Tara Reviews
    2018-11-26 12:35

    Beautiful Thoughts and Poems by KTP Kerione The Poet t is a rhythmical book of poetry that takes the reader into the curious mind of a young adult. With universal themes such as love, romance, faith, and sadness, Kerione captures his thoughts of life with a lyrical flare. Written in seven sections, each consisting of a different theme, the poems were easy to follow. With little use of metaphors, each poem is written with a simplistic straightforward approach, making it a good book for new readers of poetry. However, I must admit, most of the poems were a little too simplistic for me. I would have loved to see the author dive deeper into each topic to provoke thought and reflection from the reader. That aside, there were a few poems I did particularly appreciate. For example, "How to Love (English Version)" and "How to Love (Jamaican Patois Version)" were two of my favorites. Both poems are identical in content. However, one is written in the English vernacular, while the other is written in the Jamaican vernacular. I thought the author's idea to translate this poem was very creative and brilliantly executed. I would have loved to see more of this kind creativity throughout the book Overall, I found this book entertaining.

  • Kerione Bryan
    2018-12-07 14:33