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Dig into this delectable journey through the dark, sensual, and ravishing poetry of Frank Watson. Ruminate the searing to the sultry as you absorb this haunting lilt of burning carnality. The poems ignite rapid and surprising shifts in focus and perspective as they twist and turn your preconceptions, allowing the implications to linger in your thoughts. 

Vignette verses explore the workings of love, nature, spirituality, and dreams with sprinklings of tarot symbolism and jazzy blues. Together these verses contemplate the subtle underpinnings of a soft earth.

©2020 Plum White Press LLC (P)2020 Plum White Press LLC

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One cliche after another.

Strives for large meanings but provides abstraction. Few metaphors that open the world in new ways. Ordinarily I deeply enjoy poems that attempt to be more than clever. The author seemed be swinging for the fences but struck out