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Wet Moments by Belinda Subraman
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Jun 30, 11

bookshelves: poetry
Read in June, 2011

The title would suggest something other than what this is--a collection of poetry. This was a short read, with poems about life, how we live, and how we affect those around us. Of course, this is my opinion only. Poetry is like art: Everyone sees/reads it differently.

My favorite poem in this collection was "No Absolutes," especially the line about "we are all misunderstood, even by ourselves." Too true.

The sound of the human voice
like the bell ring of metal
and crisp air under grey skies—
romantic yet ominous—
Don’t worry about contradictions.
No one is innocent.
No one is guilty.
We are all misunderstood
even by ourselves.
Yet when we know love
we know everything.
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