Preface . . .
As a follow up to his fourth book, The Translator, Dah’s sixth book, The Opening, displays the same metaphorical artistry that leads his readers into real and surreal imagery composed around the melancholic conditions of humanity’s social and spiritual realms with an emphasis on staying aligned with the healing power of the natural world.
About his poetry, Dah says: As a poet, my preference is to take life’s ordinary experiences and turn them into verbal art with a focus on nature, human observation, and everything else that my imagination can conjure into words of beauty and ugliness. I don’t always want my readers to feel comfortable, in that uncomfortable poetry can create startling epiphanies that enable an expansion of one’s mind.
The Opening by Dah
A seasoned poet, Dah, gifts us with his masterful, yet highly philosophical perceptions. His resplendent, artful pieces, cover such a breadth of his skillful work, that one is hard pressed to define the works singularly. Dah writes with beauty and clarity on the esoteric, ethereal and spiritual manifestations of the soul, the stark realities of the disenfranchised, the aged, the homeless, the bereaved and captures the sensuality of love and sexual passion.
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