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By Daniel Zevetchin,Nancy Berghammer

“OVIS AIRES” is a set of poems that contemplate the tough realities sooner than us. The booklet is a compilation of 28 conventional sort poems that seize the essence of the days and the echoes of time’s prior. those conventional poems rhymes culminate a rhythm of proposal worthy pondering. With a virtually common beat of emotion, they take you on a experience during the prior, strength your sight of contemporary day and enthrall you in destiny paralleled situations. those poems usually are not for the faint of center, as they draw from the realities of our smooth global, our prior shadows and destiny prescriptions. keep on with alongside within the epic story of the irony to that's guy, and one poets riddling nature in expressing the frustrations and cruel realities of the worlds round us. via pointed observations of the mechanics and structures made for us to understand, letting them turn into our belief, comes one poets “best of” assortment from the earlier 15 years, whereas dwelling within the US. Illustrations inside of this assortment have been additionally made via the author.

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