This is a series of short love poems.
Publisher: Bahar Books
Publication date: February 13th 2017
This book of poetry has just managed to prove me a liar. In my last post, also on a poetry book, I mentioned how I’m a bit of a traditionalist when it comes to poetry – there has to be rhythm and rhyme and not be free-style. This still holds true however there are always exceptions to the rules; A Jarful of Moonlight is one such exception.
This book of ‘poetry’ (it’s actually more prose than poetry) makes very clear from the outset that it’s a story about love, tracking it from its beginning through the various stages of a developing love relationship between people. These relationships cover everything from the young lovers all through to the love from a parent to its child.
This is a very easy read and flows very quickly. I was able to read it in about 5 minutes. I really enjoyed it.
Recommend for: 16+ year olds and adults