Book review – Light and Shade (Spoiler Free)

I was pleased to receive this review of my book, “Light and Shade: Serious (and Not So Serious) Poems”.

Robin LeeAnn

“It’s easy to write / of eternal night / and to compose / flowery verses / about one’s mortality / but many a poet curses / the reality / behind his poetry.”

  • Title: Light and Shade: Serious (and Not So Serious) Poems
  • Author: K. Morris
  • Genre: Poetry
  • Pages: 127 pages
  • Publication date: June, 2020

K. Morris runs a blog that I follow all the time, so of course I had to read his book, Light and Shade: Serious (and Not So Serious) Poems. The book itself is split into two sections. The first one has serious poems that focus on love, nature, and time, while the second section has silly, humorous poems.

I didn’t expect the poems to be so relevant even though this book was recently published. Some poems were about the coronavirus and the social distancing that followed. It was interesting…

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