Life is all about transitions. Changes. We encounter experiences and peoples, and our life is never the same after that. In his new volume of poems, Transitions: Poems, dedicated to three Cambridge University graduates, the poet H. C. Kim explores wonders in human experiences.
Kim's artful skill as a poet is the impressionistic way in which he captures events, people, experiences, and life. The reader is guided through a life's journey as if in a cinematic experience.
Poems come alive and invite the reader into the world of fantasy and poetic empathy. Kim's poems are good for reading at the beach for relaxation as well as for more intense analysis into metaphor, symbolism, and socio-cultural significance. H. C. Kim is quickly becoming not only a commentator on modern life and experiences but also a poetic muse-prophet of possibilities and hope.
Those who have enjoyed his other poetry volumes, such as Going the Distance: A Poetry Collection and Total Depravity: Poems, will particularly appreciate his artful addition to "poetry-in-motion" that is quickly becoming a genre in its own right.
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