A String of Black Pearls by David Hosford

By David Hosford

'A String of Black Pearls' is the 1st choice of poetry through David Hosford. This shiny series of prose poems charts the 'landscape of the soul' because it confronts religious breakdown and renewal, and offers a annoying imaginative and prescient of the metaphysical global underneath the skin of lifestyles. Weaving jointly underlying topics of affection, loss, good looks, horror and our fight with God, and addressing philosophical questions raised via Schopenhauer, Nietzsche and Wittgenstein, 'A String of Black Pearls' is a visionary paintings of notable intensity and sweetness.

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