Gently stirs my soulDate Released: Wed, 6 May 2015 10:13 +0200
Gently stirs my soul / by James Matthews.
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"James Matthews floats with butterflies, drizzles with the "soft rain" that must fall in every life, soars with birds. He sees sound in colour; hears hues in symphony. He seems to be seeking a place, home maybe, but which or where we do not know. He confesses of "memories sustained by colours that / cannot paint the blank canvas of my being". Yet this is not despair. Instead, the poet speaks of softness, of quiet needs. And he faces his mortality "brim-filled with delight" because "the butterfly's presence" is in his heart.
In this volume the poet of the street takes a walk to the mountain top, and he shares his ideas back and forth without rhyme. Here we see his interpretation of pain and of delights. In doing so he leaves wisdom that will matter in the lives of those who are not yet born.
Source:Gently stirs my soul / by James Matthews. Available soon from Cory Library @ R100.00 plus postage and packing