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Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers' Favorite
When Sunflowers and Moons Collide is a work of collected poems penned and arranged by author Isabel Scheck. Focused on the theme of love and romance, this volume comes as a sequel to the collection When Daisies and Thunderstorms Collide. Dedicated by the author to ‘the ones I’ve loved before’, the volume contains sixty poetic verses that continue on a narrative journey and take the reader through many different elements and aspects of love. Changing emotions abound as nature metaphors and natural world imagery combine to express the deep and complex emotions between two hearts. What results is a powerful and poignant expression of some of the most complicated feelings we can have in our lifetime.
Having encountered the beautiful verses of author Isabel Scheck before, it was a genuine pleasure to return to her bite-sized style of poetry. Though the verses are often short, the images pack a punch that sticks in the memory long after the reading experience. Some of my favorite images included being ‘soaked in stardust’ and ‘galactic eyes’, which hang on the theme of the moon and the cosmos as a reminder of the vast expanse and ethereal qualities of love. Though not every verse is positive, the overall swell of emotion is both freeing and uplifting, which makes this a book that readers can return to again and again. As an overall narrative, the organization flows well for a complete and satisfying journey, and I would highly recommend When Sunflowers and Moons Collide to all poetry fans everywhere.