Karin Cox
Growth
April 24, 2019 Comments.. 844
Growth This collection of Cox s finest poems some previously published in anthologies around the world others new some rhyming some free form delivers beautiful sentiments melancholy moments and some deli
  • Title: Growth
  • Author: Karin Cox
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 356
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • This collection of Cox s finest poems some previously published in anthologies around the world, others new some rhyming, some free form delivers beautiful sentiments, melancholy moments and some delightfully lyrical figurative language, all while charting the poet s personal growth over several years.While introspective, Cox s work avoids self obsession by interspersingThis collection of Cox s finest poems some previously published in anthologies around the world, others new some rhyming, some free form delivers beautiful sentiments, melancholy moments and some delightfully lyrical figurative language, all while charting the poet s personal growth over several years.While introspective, Cox s work avoids self obsession by interspersing political and broader global themes with the personal What results is a whimsical anthology that brings to mind the challenges of just being human and fitting into a world that sometimes feels like a tight squeeze.
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    1. Kelli Santistevan says:

      Cool poetry

    2. Jen Minkman says:

      Wow, what a wonderful collection of poetry this is I enjoyed reading this very much, although some of the poems seem to be so personal I cannot quite grasp what they are about But some of them really struck a chord with me The way you never truly let go of an ex lover in your heart in Old Photo The way the poet reminds us of our smallness and life cut short in Immortality The sensual way she describes making love in Carnivorous I highly recommend this poetry book

    3. Mark says:

      Got this for free from a while back when my mother in law told me about it as the free book of the day I have gotten 3 or 4 poetry books in Kindle editions like that.I enjoyed it.

    4. Jessica | Booked J says:

      3.5 I ll send you summer s memory,sharp and clear,to slice through icy veneer like a knife.My girl, your halcyon days may well behere,but you ll return this sunshine fuels your life I snagged this for free on not that long ago If my memory serves, it was earlier this year but don t hold me to it Karin Cox has an elegant prose to her that is in a class of its own and highly relatable but in the case of Growth, there are several missteps and a whole lot of filler to weed out before you find a clas [...]

    5. Ashley Sarra says:

      While some of Cox s poetry is not typical of what I would seek out, I found her poetry both lovely and honest in the poet s beliefs It was lovely to have read her poetry and branch outside of the writings I had grown accustomed and comfortable with Her poetry was skillfully designed and most certainly should be worth than the 0.00 you can get it for on.

    6. Madge says:

      I liked a couple of the poems in this short collection, but it wasn t really for me I think I picked this up free at some point and just found it again while going through my ancient Kindle orders Back when I got it, I probably would have enjoyed it , but I ve changed since then and so has my taste in poetry.

    7. Kate (The Bookaholic Blurbs) says:

      I d like to say I enjoyed it but it isn t relatable Maybe it s just me Dunno.

    8. Mish says:

      I like some of the poems but majority didn t made an impact to me But it was a good poetry book.

    9. Sandra says:

      didn t care for this one

    10. Fallon says:

      GorgeousVery well written and easy to this and read aloud Lovely and beauty in prose nothing too over the head of for from reality.

    11. Jocelyn Khor says:

      Downloaded this for free on in hope of reading poetry as April is the National Poetry Month This was kinda meh Okay Average Bored me There were some poems which I couldn t understand nor relate to This might be just me since I m not a huge poetry reader, but I found myself constantly flipping the pages without knowing what the previous poem meant Despite that, I do have a few poems which I understand and liked I thought the poems were decent and honestly I would not spend my money to buy a copy [...]

    12. Jess Lynn says:

      This book was okay I got it for free off of so I wasn t expecting too much While it was a decently enjoyable book for free, I don t think I would have bought it Some poems were personal, others fun I think that the rhyming was creative in spots and sounded forced in others The alliteration repetition of sounds also seemed very forced to me Because of this, I was often brought out of the poem and couldn t connect with it My favorite lines were in the poem Carnivorous, and they were, With lollin [...]

    13. Stacie says:

      Karin Cox s Growth is a contemporary, eclectic collection of 30 poems that range in theme from scenes of everyday life, work, and England to Italian market shopping, childhood and memories of lovers Cox is able to paint colourful images using descriptive language and plays on sound Her short, powerful stanzas on nature and remembered love were among the most poignant Adriatic and Summer Picnic were among my favorites of the collection The sensuality in Carnivorous also made it a standout The poe [...]

    14. Byron Haskins says:

      Bright Moments along the WayThis collection of poems are accessible and effective in drawing this reader into them, their topics and subjects They reach for common experiences and succeed with me I find some of the poems familiar, in cadence and sentiment as many of my own There is also enjoyable care applied to the use of or rejection of rhyme and rhythm I plan to read other works by Ms Cox.

    15. Ben Ditmars says:

      Some poets speak truth others speak beauty I would like to think Karin Cox does a little bit of both There s a feeling of timelessness to her writing Growth is neither modern nor dated in that sense It is not an edgy collection and it will not make you think so much about the world as it will yourself The description and metaphor stood out most to me Cox has an incredible vocabulary and imagination that will leave you breathless.

    16. Randal Schmidt says:

      Fair collection of poetrySome good lines scattered throughout this collection of poetry, but overall I found the collection uninteresting Too many poems about some unnamed lover these were dull and uninspiring This was an okay collection of poetry for a free ebook Glad I did not pay money for it, though.

    17. G L Meisner says:

      A very interesting collection The over all group was well written The book feels like a confession of things that helped the author grow, with a couple of random poems for good measure Worth having in your collection if for no reason than the chance at future reference.

    18. Nightshadequeen says:

      Started off okay, got and forced as it went on Eh Got it for free off of , this explains why.

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