Golden Threads: Collection of Poetry by Stjepan Varesevac Cobets
Someone forgot about us,
And we spread like weeds
I’m a huge fan of poetry, in all its wonderful forms and rhythms and it is a truth universally acknowledged that I must try as much poetry as I can.
I had Stjepan Varesevac Cobets’ science fiction added to my reading list already, but I only realised today that he has poetry, too! So I was really curious to check out his poems and dove right in. They’re fantastic! Like, freaking awesome. So many lines grabbed me!
There were a lot of great themes and strong descriptions. Cobets’ poems really remind me of Sean Stevens’ poetry, actually, which I whole heartedly recommend as well! It’s so great stumbling across new awesome poets. \o/
A few of my favourite lines in this collection are:
On the other side of the echo
One woman is standing upright
And watching the sea,
And what would a wish be without silk, lace and scarlet?
For in sorrow, no one should be alone.
Can’t wait to read Cobets’ other poetry! The Flaming Horses: Collection of Poetry is one I’m hoping to check out soon!
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