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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
During times of challenges and making life decisions, we all come to a place where we must watch and focus on what our self-talk is saying. The words that we feel and experience may come to us like a flood but the best anecdotes are those words that come to us in sound bites, that speak for us. By picking up War Peace Love: A Collection of Thoughts by Robert Price, the reader is offered poems of expression, words of fulfillment, and much more. Immediately the reader is hit with the poem Represent, which sets the stage for seeing life through a young boy with grit, images, and self-discovery. The reader will enjoy poems of social issues, love, and disappointment as they read NHI, I'm That Guy, Countenance, My Own Love, and Confessions to name a few.
I love poetry and this book of poems doesn't disappoint. This book provides the ebb and flow of expression that we each need to uplift our spirits or speak through us by giving us words that we've lost. Robert Price touches on several issues in War Peace Love that impact our daily lives - from the relationships that guns have with living in urban communities, and love lost and found, to finding that inner peace. Grab your favorite beverage, curl up in your favorite chair with your blanket, and get ready to be mesmerized with each word, tone, and essence of what you feel and visualize as you read each poem. Add a copy of this book to your library today.