Seasons (I’ll Be Seeing You): A collection of poems about heartbreak, healing, and redemption

Pam R. Johnson Davis exhibits an amazing amount of strength of both spirit and character in her anthology, Seasons: (I’ll Be Seeing You). Davis touches on all of life’s losses and victories via her collection of poems. She reaches into some dark places and shows readers exactly how far she has been able to climb and how her spirit has recovered.

Seasons: (I’ll Be Seeing You), by Pam R. Johnson Davis is an intense look at the author’s life experiences through poignant poems that are sometimes strikingly honest. While she forewarns readers about the dark places she sometimes visits with her work, there is a refreshing and uplifting side to her work as well. Readers will be taken on a beautiful ride of self-discovery through each of Davis’s poems. Her poems flow smoothly and easily off the tongue and make for lovely read alouds. Davis’s visual pauses are well-placed and serve to drive home the idea that she, and all of her readers, can overcome any obstacle.

I love poetry that pushes the limits and creates strong feelings. Davis’s work does that and more. The poems in Davis’s anthology have all the impact of the rising action and climax of a full-fledged novel. We, as readers, are afforded the opportunity to watch the poet build her way up from a truly dark place and reach again for the stars. I highly recommend Davis’s book of poetry to anyone looking for a quick relatable read or needing words of inspiration. Seasons: (I’ll Be Seeing You), by Pam R. Johnson is an emotionally charged collection of thought-provoking poetry.

Pages: 68 | ASIN: B08B84QS71

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