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  • Genre:POETRY
  • SubGenre:Subjects & Themes / Love & Erotica
  • Language:English
  • Pages:90
  • eBook ISBN:9798350945485
  • Paperback ISBN:9798350945478

Dream You

by Ralph Pitman

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"Dream You" is an intimate exploration of the human experience, gently inviting readers into the tapestry of real-life moments. With over 70 poems, this literary journey gracefully navigates the complexities of love, loss, and the enduring quest for connection.

Who would enjoy this book?

  • Readers who appreciate poetry that is honest and unflinching.
  • Those seeking to explore the complexities of love, loss, and forgiveness.
  • Anyone interested in delving deeper into their own emotions and experiences.

Far removed from the grandiosity of clichéd verses, "Dream You" presents a nuanced perspective, allowing emotions to surface organically. It's a journey through the subtleties of lived experiences, where each line serves as a quiet echo of the human heart, creating a space for readers to reflect on the beauty and complexities of their own journeys. This collection doesn't seek to provide an escape from reality; instead, it offers an understated reckoning with the genuine complexities of the human condition. The author delicately explores the mysteries of forgiveness and reconciliation, steering clear of theatricality and embracing the authentic messiness of life's emotional landscape. The poems in Dream You are more than words; they're a reckoning with the complexities of the human heart. a relentless journey into the enigmatic realms of intimate relationships. The author doesn't shy away from the gritty, the painful, or the beautifully messy aspects of love; instead, the poems lay bare the raw authenticity of lived experiences. Feel the sting of loss as you traverse the poignant verses, each line a searing reminder of the ache that accompanies the ebb and flow of life's unpredictable currents. Yet, amidst the tumult, find the sweet ache of joy and the smoldering embers of forgiveness, rekindled like a phoenix rising from the ashes. The haunting whisper of a love long gone permeates these pages, echoing through the corridors of memory. The connection, stretched thin by time and life's twists, is a central theme that binds the verses together. As you delve into the labyrinth of emotions, you'll encounter faces in coffee shops, memories triggered by a gentle breeze through a window, and moments that transcend the ordinary to become something profoundly beautiful. Let these verses be your companion, leading you through a transformative journey of self-discovery. The tapestry woven by "Dream You" isn't a loud proclamation; it's a subtle yet unforgettable experience that lingers in the background. For those seeking connections woven from memory and loss, this collection is a quiet companion on the nuanced rollercoaster of life. As you surrender to the magnetic pull of these poems, you'll discover not just shared humanity but the gentle echoes of your own story, softly urging you to embrace the beauty found in life's simple complexities. "Dream You" is not just a book; it's a quiet, but indispensable, encounter with the essence of our shared human existence.

About the author
Ralph Pitman was raised in the fertile literary ground of Philadelphia. He received his degree at the University of Virginia where he found early praise for his poems from giants like Robert Lowell and Adrienne Rich. Rich said that she liked his stories and that he might enjoy songwriting. He embarked on a multifaceted career, crafting songs, teaching in schools, and even bringing laughter to TV screens as the human foil to a wise-cracking puppet. He attended an Episcopal seminary and was ordained as a Priest in 1973. But through it all, his love for language and storytelling never faded. His poetic journey Dream You takes you on a rollercoaster of emotions, all woven with the exquisite craftsmanship of a wordsmith who's seen it all. Get ready to be captivated by a unique voice that's equal parts grit, grace, and good old-fashioned storytelling magic.