I've only reviewed one other book of poetry before. I've reviewed one devotional book too. Waves of the Spirit is a synthesis of the two, bringing mind and body together, while traveling through the universe. I believe the purpose of the book is for you to use your imagination,to see yourself as the person you've always wanted to be. With that gift, you're able to manifest your image into reality, but it also made me think of the smooth themes and music of Heavy Metal, from the 80's. It was mellow and cool.
At first, I was wondering "What's really happening here?". I wasn't sure if each pages was a chapter or simply a poem. what I did find was a form of enlightenment with themes of awakening. There was discovering one's self and fluid driftings into the soul. Some referred to God (The Alpha and The Omega) but not in the sense that I know Him. I think. There were pages on creation and even waking near The Ark- that contained the essence of all life. Each one was different and full of imagery that I appreciated even if I didn't quite get it. I hope I'm not insulting the author, Richard D. Brown, when I also felt the book a bit psychedelic. A few themes held titles that reminded me of one of my favorite music artists: Enigma- a guy who always allowed me to mellow out and relax and for me, that's always a positive!
Now, I'm not knowledgable in the genre of poetry but this book moved you along with lovely, quixotic words, mental images and symbolism. The purpose was discovery, I think, which made the read different and very exotic I could easily see me going back and pondering some pages, seeking a new understanding. Such a unique and interesting read!. On to the next book!📚
Rating: 👓👓👓.5 out of 5 specs
*The Ruins is next.
**eBook provided FREE by author Richard D. Brown, for an honest review.
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