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The back cover of his book defines him as a “damn fine poet”. If I had to pick out my favorite poems, I would say they are Blue Note for Chance, Cutting the Ties, Word Problems, and Confessions of the Animal Soul. Once I reached the middle of the book, I understood the title and meaning of this book better. On a personal note, I am so glad Zachary decided to pursue the field of poetry writing. His stellar performances, as well as praises from those of the editorial, stands out by his readers.
An adventurous, compelling book to read! I recommend this book to poets, authors, adventurous readers, and animal lovers. I enjoyed this wonderful asset and I know you will too.
Kluckman’s poems are sun-ripened peaches; flavorful, rich, and filling. Once you’ve been spoiled on them, poetry will never read the same way again. Kluckman, like many performance poets, uses the combination of experience and emotion to craft powerful pieces; a method successfully employed throughout the book. The poem entitled, “Training Day,” recognizes these themes, stating, “This is how we acknowledge the heart.” As strength. As work. As Muscle. The only blemish in this masterful collection is the use of some rather abstract metaphors, which may require deep thinking and multiple readings to reveal.
These poems were intended to offer hope to the quiet, downtrodden, and lost, and they do this well. This would a recommended read for anyone who craves beauty, hope, or guidance.
The little details are what makes up this collection of work; Kluckman offers a broad array of topics centered around what I perceive as the theme of what makes us human: to feel, to touch, to love. He shares dark secrets as well as the rich joys of parenting, all while offering the reader to see life through the same lens in which he writes: one that provides a coating of words rather than flesh.
Highly recommended for anyone seeking inspiration to understand that there is more strength in spoken or written word rather than clenched fists and violence.
My thanks to the author is indescribable.
This book is worth twice what you can purchase it for, and you will return to it over and over, like a comfortable lover or a warm friend. In the end, you're a little weaker and a little stronger for it.
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