Colors Collected: Poetry Inspired By The Hues Of Life Paperback – August 23, 2019
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- Item Weight : 3.2 ounces
- Paperback : 67 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1641114460
- ISBN-13 : 978-1641114462
- Product Dimensions : 5.5 x 0.16 x 8.5 inches
- Publisher : Palmetto Publishing Group (August 23, 2019)
- Language: : English
- Customer Reviews:
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I feel in love with this book. With so many beautiful poems, it was hard to choose just a few to highlight.
In ”Black Raven Eats the Sun” I can vividly picture the silhouetted raven’s mouth open with the setting sun in the background.
tired of the day,
used his beak to crack-
to break the surface
of setting sun.”
“Time is Pale Yellow” evokes alluring imagery.
“Time is pale yellow.
like sweetness slips through
All things good
My favorite poem is “Patience.”
“Patience is burnt orange;
until it fades
It is a book that you will want to pick up and read again and again, each time discovering new visions and feelings painted in each word.
Ann Christine Tabaka – poet & writer
Celaine Charles has gifted the world with a magnificent presentation of thoughts and revelations about nature, beauty, and colors with this poetry collection. The first poem “Green” is remarkable in its visualization of a car passenger noticing the passing landscape, (trees push past with urgency, stitch their hues together.) “The Violas Gave You Away” is amazing in its skill at portraying the width and breadth of the sky, (blue like the sky, painting horizons big enough to fall into.) “Shadows” is a brilliant write revealing the colorful aspects of shadows that I had never before imagined, but will now never forget. “Hopeful Insomnia” shows a gentle angst of laying awake at night. “Time Is Pale Yellow” has this beautiful phrase, (like sweetness slips through honeycomb.) “Fire and Chocolate” is amazing! “The Bees Know” is a lovely tribute to our little buzzy buddies. “Black Is The Night” and “Black Raven Eats The Sun” both read like prayers. “I Live In The Rain” surprises the reader with its wonderful, pleasing detour. “Poinsettia” is lovely in its spirituality.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who appreciates great poetry.
Being a “color person” myself, I gravitated to her poems that employed color as a construct. Her thoughts and observations in this wonderful debut poetry book speak about the world from a very personal perspective but also show a profound understanding of humans, relationships, and the recognition of beauty in the natural world. I love her sensitivity and how she puts words together in such an unusual and delightful way. So happy to be one of the first to own this volume of wonderful poems, and thrilled to recommend that you not hesitate for a moment to purchase it, too. Order it now and enjoy it always.
Colours that reflect the emotions of life
A wonderful book of poems with a beautiful lines
Time Home:Tiny traces of hope freshen my soul
The bees know:I believe the bees know
Dandelion:as night shades into day
One can see it happen.
Wise owl waits:deer cooled in gentle shade.
The Pine: my hair ribbon loosened and fell
Growing up simply put, wonderful poem of life
A Christmas season poem
Poinsettia:such a beautiful poem Grows crimson under Seasons kiss
White Blossoms: a wonderful poem the continuation of the poets tribe :Stronger version of myself
The Colors Of love: another gem the poets daughter