Poetry of hope – Hearth, by Rose Cook

October 16th, 2017 § 0 comments

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Rose Cook’s Hearth has been reviewed on Literature Works:

From the outset of this powerful collection, there is an inescapable warmth of feeling which is clear and consistent in the poetic voice. As one delves deeper into it, every passing poem causes one to consider that term ‘hearth’. There is a real sense that these are poems to be shared at the epicentre of one’s home considering as they do matters of life, death, togetherness, loneliness and what it means to be alive.

Sandra Tappenden says:

I needed this book, and didn’t know until I’d read it. It’s a mindful, sensitive collection of poems that echo life’s hidden work, where fracture is a constant threat but wholeness is promised through reflection. It’s poetry of hope, and how good is that?

Buy the book for £10 plus p&p: HearthAdd in Rose Cook’s Notes from a Bright Field, also £10, and get free post and packing, as you will when you buy two or more books from this website.

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