A book should be a thing of mystery. A book should be a work of art. A book, awaiting to be read, is one of the few instances that one can engage with the liminal in the most tangible of happenings. This book talks of beauty, talks of nature, talks about being with the quiet, being with love. This book explores the sincerity of language without complication or clever ostentation. This book of poetry is a collection of moments free from the entanglement of time.
A life; bending is my debut book of poetry. A collection of poems that extols the beauty within the transience of nature, love, and being. Inspired by my time in Japan and the discovery of sabi and the imagism movement; each poem is a revelry of the melancholia of life and the stillness of being at both the centre and the fringes of it all.