Crow Moon

Crow Moon by Ruth Nakamura and Anna Griego is a collection of thought-provoking poetry that gives readers vivid insights into life, mexicana, and nature by taking them on a literary journey. Each poem is descriptive and expresses how nature is apart of our spiritual being. The author’s descriptive stanzas helped me to envision myself in the author’s shoes. These poems are a tour of the beauty found in the world through darkness. Because I digested these poems with two lenses, I was able to read from two perspectives. A part of me fell deep into the poems that touched on womanhood and sorrow. Another part of me lived in the moments on the beautiful days. I loved how the author’s used the crow and the moon in a symbolic form in this collection.

Ruth Nakamura and Anna Griego have created poems that are beautifully written from several creative perspectives. I was delighted that I didn’t get lost in these stanzas because both authors crafted them in a clear direction. I was also able to feel the raw emotions behind these poems.

Although I enjoyed the collection, I felt that the placement of acknowledgments and author bios was at an odd place, but this is a minor issue. Crow Moon is filled with evocative and contemplative poetry that explores nature and humanity through a unique lens.

Pages: 121 | ISBN: 1733793925

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