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Rhymes for Reflection
by Susan MD Rubensz
In her collection Rhymes for Reflection, poet Susan MD Rubensz explores emotion as the common thread linking all human experience, regardless of time or place. She seamlessly interweaves contemporary ruminations on courage (“Uniform Death”), love (“Enchantment”), temptation (“Just Because”), and avarice (“Pretty Things and Plastic People”) with traditional storytelling, meditating on the fear of death in the legend “Tom Quick’s Visitor,” urging caution through fable in “Wanda the Wise Witch,” and warning of the price of vengeance in the Gothic ghost story “The Ballad of Annie Black.”
Lyrical and sensuous, sometimes playful and always provocative, the poems of Rhymes for Reflection artfully demonstrate that no matter the setting or circumstance, emotion is a universal language that connects us all.
About the Author
Susan MD Rubensz is a social worker and lives in Lincolnshire, England. She is a native of Scotland, and her interests include reading, theater, music, badminton, and spirituality.
(2010, paperback, 54 pages)