Monday, December 12, 2011

Echo of What Remains by Wanda Lea Brayton

Echo of What Remains by Wanda Lea Brayton



Book Review By Zayra Yves
Among the ranks of romantic poets, Wanda Lee Brayton is considered one of the most subtly sensual and discerning poets. She is recognized for her use of Renaissance emotions and contemporary artists as content within her poetry, as well as for her creative use of metaphor and sincerely peaceful style. She is a perceptive and sensitive woman, who has soulfully explored her own emotional depth, often in poignant ways by sharing her innermost feeling through personal poetry. She has used an illuminating style of writing from the heart with a keen insight into relationships and life. At times she is full of hope and is characterised by joyous, celebratory poetry, whereas at other times she can be surprisingly sorrowful and express deep wounding. Her finesse and discerning acumen into the desire for hope and compassion is lauded by many of her peers, as well as other authors and local poets. This fine collection of poetry from Wanda, expresses more than the woman and her works, it demonstrates her cultivated sense of beauty, love and devotion to all things of the heart.

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