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5.0 out of 5 stars Collection of Inspiring Poems,
This review is from: Naked Eyes - Poetry of Youth (Kindle Edition)Reading this inspiring, thought-provoking collection of poems gives you a glimpse of the author's life experiences and his heart and emotions as a young man. These are extremely well written, creative and expressive poems. I could relate to many things he was feeling in these poems. I really enjoyed reading this book and I highly recommend it!
5.0 out of 5 stars Poetry to Make You Think,
This review is from: Naked Eyes - Poetry of Youth (Kindle Edition)Thought provoking and interesting, these poems will give you glimpses into several different realms of life from love to death, from darkness to light. It's a great little book that will create a sense of peace and calm while relaxing in the evenings. I recommend this book!
5.0 out of 5 stars Treasure from youth.,
Chris Ammann (Valrico FL)
This review is from: Naked Eyes - Poetry of Youth (Kindle Edition)Naked Eyes by Larry B. Gray is a true time capsule of 1970. This collection of poems shows a young Larry B. Gray pondering everything most intelligent young men do as they cross from adolescence to adulthood. Love, hate, war and death all come into play. I personally found myself again and again identifying with the words of the young Larry B. Gray and wished I had written many of them. Kept in the time frame of the turbulent late 60's and early 70's and it is to see these timeless poems as the treasure they are. In closing I could have included many of the passages to illustrate my point here but I left them out as not to spoil the reader's joy of discovery as I had.
Sincerely Chris Ammann
To be clear I was given a copy of Naked Eyes but the review is true and honest.
5.0 out of 5 stars A Fun Collection,
This review is from: Naked Eyes - Poetry of Youth (Kindle Edition)I too used to write poems as a young man in the 1970s, though none of mine survive. Larry Gray kept his and has now published them, and they make an intriguing record of a young man of that era, his likes and doubts and dreams and fears. Some have an air of mystery, such as the intriguing "The Mystic Morning God," which I especially liked. This is a fun collection that brought back to me many memories of my own youthful life and my attempts to capture it in verse. I wish I had kept my writings.
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