Atomic Kiss

Atomic Kiss by [Brendan Bigney]

Atomic Kiss by Brendan S. Bigney is a collection of thought-provoking poetry that uses striking prose to create stimulating literature that speaks on a wide variety of topics relating to emotion and the human experience.

There is a diverse collection of poetry in this book that range from short, some only three lines, to longer ones that fill a page. But all of them have the same impact: some are beguiling, others are refreshing, all of them will certainly leave you thinking.

My favorite poem from the collection is ‘AI > Human’, because of two lines that made me stop reading, put the book down and think about the implications of what I just read. The poem is about how AI will learn how to create art that will be indistinguishable from human art:

“and it will create work that will rival that of any human

because it will have learned imperfection”

This is a good example of the type of compelling poetry that fills these pages. Brendan S. Bigney uses simple language to relay complex ideas and emotions. Atomic Kiss is a highlight in the poetry community.

Pages: 84 | ASIN: B07Y88XX8F

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Posted on November 13, 2020, in Book Reviews, Five Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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