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Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers' Favorite
Postcards from Poland, by Joseph Kuhn Carey is the author's graceful description of the Polish cities of Krakow and Zakopane through poems. The poems describe the history, sights and life in these cities in a brilliant writing style. From people, buildings, art, culture, food, social life and everything in between, Joseph Kuhn Carey uses his words to paint vivid pictures of these two cities - the life that was and the life that is. With each new poem, he finds something fresh about his visit to these two beautiful cities.
Postcards from Poland by Joseph Kuhn Carey is a collection of deeply descriptive poems about the cities of Krakow and Zakopane, their history, set up and life in general as seen through the eyes of an avid poet. If you have been to Krakow and Zakopane, these poems will rouse fond memories and if you haven't been there yet, you will be left with a deep longing to visit. With each new poem, something new and exciting about these cities is revealed, and page by page, Krakow and Zakopane unfold right before your eyes.
And it is not just about the brilliantly described sights and history of the cities; these poems evoked a serene feeling in me. Reading Joseph Kuhn Carey's poems felt like sitting by the fire reading postcards from a dear friend who cannot wait to share beautiful memories of their travel. Postcards from Poland by Joseph Kuhn Carey is a well-crafted traveler's journal with a poetic twist; a unique way to document a traveler's memories.