By Gail Marie Neuendorf
In Through My Eyes, Gail M. Neuendorf writes approximately lifestyles, in all its messy glory. A poet possessed of a uniquely evocative voice, she conjures up in her paintings the humor, compassion, soreness, and love that make up human life.
From a sequence of heart-wrenching poems desirous about the grief attributable to the lack of a cherished friend, Neuendorf strikes to issues of affection and betrayal, ardour, and internal peace. Her heartfelt loose verse explores feelings universal to the human adventure, made unusual through her bright descriptions and elegance.
Neuendorf’s topics are standard to everyone—or becomes so over the process one’s lifestyles. She travels down darkish emotional roads yet by no means loses the experience of wish and compassion that characterizes her paintings. Grief offers technique to love, be it familial, passionate, maternal, or pleasant. And if those bonds occasionally lead to ache and betrayal, Neuendorf makes it simple they’re however worthy pursuing—time and back if important.
To learn Through My Eyes is to event greater than Neuendorf’s lifestyles. it really is to faucet into the wellspring of humanity’s emotional stories and to determine your self mirrored in another.
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