#Blogtour Day 5 – My review of Feral Tenderness by Arthur RoschPosted: February 19, 2021 Filed under: Uncategorized 1 Comment
Join us over at the Roberta Writes blog for Day #5 of the Feral Tenderness Book Blog Tour, where Robbie Cheadle offers a review of this collection of poetry and photograhs by Arthur Rosch.
What Amazon says
A lifetime of poetry and photography gives a unique view of life, nature, the world, and the universe.
Feral Tenderness is an extraordinary collection of poems that strike right to the heart of human conditioning, frailty, and behaviours. Through reading these poems you will be removing the rosy coloured spectacles through which you have watched life until now, and will be exposed to the raw reality of human existence, both with its fatal flaws and also in its bountifulness and excesses.
The poet uses words to spear his reader and force contemplation of certain realities. There are unforgettable and powerful lines that will lurk in your subconscious to be drawn out and examined when you are confronted with certain emotions and situations. Some of my favourite of these lines are as follows:
“The glue that holds shut
the eyelids of your sightless soul
can be dissolved”
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