His Gift To Me

His Gift to Me: Poetic Humanities by [King, Vanessa]

Deeply personal and genuine, the poetry within His Gift to Me by Vanessa King is a poetic work of resilience, faith and familial love. Most of the poems are crafted in modernist free verse, for the poet to freely express the will to overcome struggles, powerful thoughts about the state of contemporary society, and feelings of unconditional devotion to God and her daughters.

King’s His Gift to Me speaks to readers of any era and lovers of poetry, especially those who are going through dark times such as abuse, injustice at home or society, isolation, and need a source of pious courage to help them through pain and uncertainty, especially mothers. King’s poetry is by no means passive. She believes in God but commands action from oneself too to improve life.

The messages Vanessa King communicates through her poetry are many and centralized around talking to the reader: That even if you feel that it’s impossible to pull through, with poems like “Why” she wants to remind everyone that everything is possible through perseverance, even dispelling the greatest doubts and challenges. That even when you feel rejected by everyone and life itself seems to be impossible to navigate, she gives with poems like “Come Together” stark reminders that one must always communicate to overcome all odds.

This inspiring collection is for anyone who wants to read a work of strength and love to help during dark times, don’t miss this.

Pages: 58 | ASIN: B079K4NJXK

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Posted on April 6, 2020, in Book Reviews, Five Stars and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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