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Reviewed by Renee Guill for Readers' Favorite
Poems From the Heart by The Duke of Quails is a book of poems about love, not just the 'man loves a woman' type of love but about other types of love as well. He has a description in the beginning about the poems and then a reminder at the end. The Duke of Quails also has some art to help him show his explanation of love. He uses a good rhythm and rhymes to make it a fast-paced read that will leave you pondering on love and the meaning of life.
I thought that Poems From the Heart by The Duke of Quails (intriguing name) was an eye-opener. I liked how he explained the reasons behind the poetry. I also liked how he said you need an open mind. I was surprised by some of the pictures, some of them seemed a bit adult to me, and some of the poems too, for that matter. It’s definitely not for the faint of heart. But if you have an open mind and are wondering about love, then you will most likely enjoy this collection. I also loved how The Duke of Quails (I really love that name!) used a good cadence. In fact, I was surprised when I finished it; it seemed to end too quickly for me. He did a great job with the rhyming too. It’s a good book if you want to have a cup of tea and a quick read, then ponder on the meaning of life.