Zen In Beverly Hills
By Brian Wood
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In Brian Wood's third collection of poetry, each word has been meticulously chosen, and each stanza is a technical marvel enveloping readers into a nostalgic journey into the beauty and inelegance of our humanity. The author's hope is that readers will be reminded of such inspirational writers, including Dante, W. H. Auden, Shakespeare, Frost, and Philip Larkin.
Readers will delight in recognizing the sweetness of a new love in Starlings At The First Frost Of Fall and Prothalamion, have their hearts shattered by the familiar grief of losing a family pet in So Happy in Heaven and come to grips with our fragile existence in Dr. Z, Relapse, Emergency Room, and Le Patient Malgre Lui.
In Frosty Facts For Fervent Faith, Barista, Compline, John Allen Chau (1991-2018),and Shoah, Wood questions religious faith, and its meaning in our cluttered world. And readers will indulge in the absurdity and frivolity of Celebrities and Tourist attractions in Beverly Hills in Ars Gratia Artis At The Getty Center, Who Loves Me, Hollywood & Highland, and the title of the collection, Zen in Beverly Hills.
To learn more about Brian visit www.brianjwood.com.
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