Poetic Justice: Poems and Essays

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'Poetic Justice' is a compilation of many years of poetry writing, that occurred at inspirational moments in the poet's lifetime. It reflects on reality, the absurd, the ideal and capitalizes on an over all rhythm, through rhyme and the explosive reiteration of iambic pentameter, that is an original style the poet has developed, as a signature kind of writing; Perhaps out of the love of expressive overtures that are more memorable as the poet 'throws the book' at the reader; WHO escapes justice? Where? What? Why? Displayed in a tiny plethora of reason derived out of the madness in a troubled world, slowly watching the old ways slipping away, wondering if you want to be a part of it in the new age? If you will be, and if so what microcosm within the macrocosm will hold you captive? Concomitantly supposes the ultimate question on existence should be asked or at least acknowledged. Gladness considered as merely a by-product, if and only if, it is incidental. Here today, gone tomorrow may not be far from the whole truth, so an exact account of your experiences and visual accuity are of the utmost importance. Without this exactitude, perhaps just a farce would suffice and undeserving of one's attention or merit altogether. In essence, in a truly, deadly serious world, 'Poetic Justice' approaches this predicament in life as the copacetic manner for one's own well being. You could really get into a lot of trouble around here if you don't at least care about aspiring to a perfect World, even if that isn't going to happen for some individuals. Propitiate the ideal in all things. A palette of self exploration...

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R.J. is a seasoned World traveler, loves literature, music, art, cuisine and dance. Having lived in France as a young protégé, transitions the reader into a more Worldly perspective, which is rare. Suddenly we're all tuning into our own limited niche. A fresh new poet, that will yet truly broaden your interest in taking on POETRY; with an extremely compelling quality to stem your desire to read on. Her writings seem to once again open the door to 'rhyme and reason', always with a deeply penetrating cachet or impression to hold onto. Her poems and essays are all based on truth, which she dares the reader to mesh with reality for the first time and never look back. . .The subject matter seems to open up avenue after avenue of possibilities that linger in the recesses of our thoughts, that may have never come to the surface without her subtle unleashing; Like loaded questions with multiple meanings. She sets your mind 'a wondering', but cleverly reminds you to land on your feet, simultaneously touching on a catharsis of unexplored emotion that creates a vortex 'tour de force' ultimately bringing about the reader's participation in the subject matter. Does she hit on the reader? Maybe. Then again the reader possibly has something to really gain here, and may only be rewarded by focusing on one's own questionable self, and confronting it in an 'it could have been anyone' approach to character. University Graduate. Studied at Grinnell College and the University of Iowa. Affiliated with the Internationally Famous Writer's Workshop. Best Poet's Award from the International Society of Poet's. Editor's Choice Award from the International Library of Poetry, 2007 and 2008. Published Poet. 'Immortal Verses' International Society of Poet's. CD Sound Track. 'Favorite Memories' Noble House U.K.

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