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Review: poems for the sound of the sky before thunder by Topaz Winters

poems for the sound of the sky before thunder is as stunning as its title.

Summary

poems for the sound of the sky before thunder is a collection that tiptoes the infinitely blurred lines between hurting, hoping, & healing. It speaks of sleepless nights & softened tongues, telling a story dreaming & bone-bright & out of focus in the rain. These poems are only as much for losing as they are for finding, only as much for despair as they are for the light scattered within it, only as much for leaving as they are for finally coming home.

Review

book review poems for the sound of the sky before thunder by topaz winters(Disclaimer: I received this free book from the author. This has not impacted my review which is unbiased and honest.)

There’s a quite power to the words, a gentle crescendo of movement. poems for the sound of sky before thunder includes clever play on words and wonderful sentences. The turns of phrases is almost haunting and they resonate deep within you. These poems will appeal to something within you: a tension, the pain, our longing. Enough said.

I know this review was short and sweet, but there’s nothing I can say except: try these words out yourself. I don’t think you’ll regret it.

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