The Book of Blue

The Book of Blue

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The Book of Blue is a modern-day love story in poetry, written in a time of great light and great darkness, a story of the heart, the song of love. The book of poetry was inspired by the Muse and the qblue doveq painting by Pablo Picasso, as if the refrain was channeled through Picasso and in collaboration with the poet. qBlue, you are the doveq weaves through the entire work, encapsulating each verse as if the poem is a chant, a love song to Blue, telling his story and the story of the love affair with the poet. The book of poetry, a prayer of worship and peace, has a hidden dialectic of violence that, like dark water, winds its way through the work. As if the state of this postmodern love affair exists in a place of great longing and war. With influences of Leonard Cohen, Rod McKuen, Kahlil Gibran. Reminiscent of great love poetry, The Book of Blue is riveting.As if written with The Muse of Montreal, an inculcation of the street, the music of rivers blue and sky. ... at local poetry events. l have reviewed several exceptional books of poems this month but it has been some time since a book like Blue has anbsp;...

Title:The Book of Blue
Author:Rebecca Anne Banks
Publisher:Trafford Publishing - 2013-07


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