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Passages and Paths by Dorinda Duclos
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it was amazing

Passages and Paths: A Journey of Life by Dorinda Duclos is a brilliant collection of nature poetry, abstract and imaginative but connected with some realities of life, which the poet touches tacitly. Some paths of life pass through intimidating passages but the rays of sun dance on them to “create a shimmering view” and the “light that glows from yonder moon” mingles “into the light that shines within” the eyes.

Dorinda’s poetry is like gentle and intermittent rain, slowly seeping into the skin. Her words take you by the hand to step out and admire all the soothing moods of Mother Nature. Most of her poems would warm your heart as you hear the whispers of the stars; watch the morning dew gleaming on the grass; sing and swing with her, admiring her choice of words. Short and sweet, the lyrical excellence of her poems is noteworthy, leaving you spellbound.

A subtle suggestion of pain can be perceived in some poems but her splendid imagery shrouds it with “glowing light to warm the coldest winter skies.” Your love for poetry would double after reading these simple themes, which inspire more poetry. This book must be read by all poetry lovers.
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Reading Progress

November 25, 2018 – Started Reading
November 25, 2018 – Shelved
November 29, 2018 – Finished Reading

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