Selected poems by Hideo Yokokawa
poetry of Hideo Yokokawa strikes me right away as deeply honest and
immediate in intent and in expression
of human feeling. I believe it is because of this
essential integrity that he frequently comes upon phrasing both
felicitous and profound. His use of the English language is often
beautiful in its direct simplicity, a welcome diversion from the
tortured mode now popular, and his poetic observations
are both original and just.
--- Phyllis Hoge Thompson
Beyond Love and Prayer
Selected poems by Phyllis Hoge Thompson
the first, for Phyllis Hoge Thompson herself,
poetry has been the
most reliable world expanding far beyond the daily lives of love belief
and prayer. Her world of poetry is deeply limpid, often
joyous, sometimes sad but always courageous standing firmly on the
Here half her life devoted to pure art has been
--- Hideo Yokokawa
Carrying Water in a Sieve
Selected poems by Jeanne Shannon
to express" is an important factor for poetry. In this respect, with
her limpid intelligence, matured knowledge and condensed laconism, Jeanne
Shannon has succeeded in
creating a unique method by utilizing words which usually are only
distantly related to the standard/traditional diction of poetry. Also,
I like her attentiveness to the natural world, which is highly
regarded by many readers over here in
--- Hideo YokokawaAAA
( VOL. 1 )
Selected poems by Samuel E.
Mother nature is a world of
complexity beyond the realm of our reasoning yet holds the simple
pleasures and beauty that touches
our very soul; from a blade of grass to the sky above nature provides us
with a spiritual journey where we can discover inner peace
Messing with them Boys
Selected pPoems by Jessica Helen Lopez
Poetry is neither logic nor sense nor
It is exclamation, tear, sadness, joy, sorrow, anger.
Above all, it is an inevitable love.
Poetry is an existence of yours.
You made a debut into our poet fellowship
for your inevitability. - --- Hideo Yokokawa
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