A poetry collection about the interconnectedness of nature and people. And the illusion of self and individuality.
Sometimes as monologue, sometimes as metaphor. Sometimes even posing as prophecy.
An amalgamation of early and newer prose poems – strung together by the theme and the illusion of a plot. Let yourself be immersed, or fail to understand. The choice is yours.
“A voice, a voice in distance heard, it says my name; speaks dreadful words; but should I heed it’s message, take for granted this prophecy I hear, or hope that none of what I fear shall ever cause me to awake?”