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Saturday, January 10, 2015

Poet Reviews Love Poetry "Cherished Pulse"


Title: Cherished Pulse
Subtitle: Unconventional Love Poetry
Series: Multi Award-Winning Celebration Series of Poetry Chapbooks
Coauthors: Carolyn Howard-Johnson and Magdalena Ball
Pages: 43 (Suitable for a greeting card)
ISBN: 9781449546052
$6.95 paperback, also available as an e-book

Available on Amazon

Mastery of Poetic Imagery


Reviewed by Samanthi Fernando

 

A sweeping journey across time, taking the reader through exotic places, to revisit and ponder on places and phases of the heart. My favorite among the collection of  poems in Cherished Pulse is Carolyn's silken dream "déjà vu?"  which is reminiscent of my own imaginative creations.  

Tender, revealing, colorful - definite mastery of poetic imagery: Cherished Pulse, half of the poems by Carolyn Howard-Johnson and half by Magdalena Ball,  is both a gift for the self as well as a unique gift to touch someone else.


ABOUT THE REVIEWER
Samanthi Fernando writes inspirational and spiritual poetry. Visit her at Starsafire Poems  http://starsafire.starrayz.com/wordpress/ and share the creations of her poetic ministry of hope and healing.


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