This is a poetry review. I chose to read this one because it brings a new side of life. I do not smoke. I do not drink. I do not choose to see the tragedy in life. And yet, this work of poetry is very moving, and it expands my mind into understanding other aspects. You can find love, relationships, the emotional roller coaster in the poet’s life. There is a hint of depression and addiction here. It is a mixture of emotions and each line explains the essence of anxiety, joy, sadness, lost love, memories.
I give this one 4 stars out of 5.
- I really think life is a tragedy, a theater of our making, a myriad of our most intimate experiences and inner dialogues (or daily self-talk). And I think the poet tries to bare his experiences, raw and very intimate; thus desires to share that with you. These experiences may elevate you, or give you a deeper insight into life. I truly recommend these personal thoughts to you. Personally, I’ll be reading this again and expanding my understanding into this phenomena roller coaster we call life.
Straight from the poet’s mind:
My name is Tyler R. Martin I’m am a veteran having served in the US Army and now a published poet living in New York. My poetry attempts to put life under a microscope revealing the good the bad and the horrible. I spend my days chain smoking and drinking bourbon. Enjoy my work!
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And if you enjoyed that, please take a moment to visit my work. I write about self-development, the poetry of the better life, love and relationships.
Review of my books: “I really loved the depth of your approach, specially because sometimes I struggle with low self-esteem and that gets into my relationship with my new wife. Thanks for helping us become aware of all these things. Much love to you and yours.”
Review of my books: “It allowed me to see another explanation of love..with a touch of humor i was able to find a sensible place to kick back to enjoy knowing I have always been Loved!! YOUR advice is like finding a treasure. Thank you so much sharing!”
“I ALWAYS LOVED YOU.” A book about love and relationships.
“LEAVING THE HERD” (part 1). A book about self-esteem and individuality.
“LEAVING THE HERD” (part 2). A book about enlightenment and the renaissance of the leader in you.
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A very moving review of my latest chapbook
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