A review of my Bring our casket home: Tales one shouldn’t tell.
SILENCE AND PROVOCATION OF MEMORIES IN SU’EDDIE’S “BRING OUR CASKET HOME” – IN LIEU OF A REVIEW
TITLE: Bring our Casket Home (Tales One Shouldn’t Tell)
AUTHOR: Su’eddie Vershima Agema
PUBLISHER: Sevhage Publishers
PAGES: 84 pages
How does one review silence? How does one analyze it? Or dissect the endlessness and mysteries of its meanderings in the rivers of time? How does one hear when “silence shouted his message clear”? (Kindly notice how the poet personalizes “silence”).
Impossible! You will say. And these are the knotty and problematic questions that emerge in the course of reading Su’eddie’s tremendous debut, BRING OUR CASKET HOME (Tales One Shouldn’t Tell), a terrifyingly-titled collection brimming with the most adulterated and underrated of all sounds that has encountered an unfriendly milieu in today’s world- a phenomenon which Su’eddie knowingly or unknowingly sets out to warn that before everything…
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