“The Light Of Dawn” by Victoria (Tori) Zigler is a highly enjoyable and thought provoking collection of poetry. The poems range from verse dealing with the passing of the seasons through to poems about the natural world and more humorous verses. In the latter category “The Finest Young Man From New York” made me smile as did the author’s other humorous poems.
As regards the more serious poems in this collection, Victoria’s “Time Stopped” particularly resonated with me,
“I swear this night won’t end
No Matter what I do.
I wish the time would change
Like I want it to”.
We have all, I believe been in the self-same situation of wishing that the clock would move on allowing us to leave a given situation, only to feel that time has become stuck and we must, forever remain trapped.
The author’s poem, “Appearance” also struck me. In “Appearance” she asks why people worry so much about how people look. Why indeed? Are there not far more important issues in the world we should concern ourselves with.
The collection contains several poems dealing with fairies. Children will love these as will adults with an interest in folk tales.
For “The Light Of Dawn” by Victoria Zigler please visit the following link, https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/291563.
Sounds a fabulous collection. Thank you for the heads up, Kevin. 🙂
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Peace and goodwill towards all men.
Thanks for your comment Tess. It is indeed a great collection and I recommend reading it. You also, have a wonderful Christmas and new year. Kevin
So much good reading to catch up. Must live another 200 years to catch up. *sigh*
Thanks for the wonderful review. I’m glad you enjoyed my poems so much.
Merry Christmas, and happy new year!
You are welcome for the review. All the best to you for Christmas and a very happy new year. Kevin