This volume of poems celebrates love - both its joy and heartache - by drawing inspiration from the natural beauty of Vermont. In verse that expresses universal emotions, poet William Graham has given his readers a valentine from Vermont.
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The Love Poet of Vermont is a collection of short poems about, not surprisingly, love. This is the third book of poems I've read by this author and it is by far the most ethereal. As is often the case in the realm of love poetry, it says nothing but makes you feel lots. This gets pretty old fast. Maybe listening to it in one sitting was a mistake.
The narrator was quite dreary which also made this difficult to listen to for long even at a modest 35 minutes.
FYI to the producers: there's a glitch around 16min 20sec where it went very quiet for a few seconds.
This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.