"Life's no more than a balancing act, with each of us on stage / No rights or wrongs, ifs, ands or buts; we react and turn the page," writes poet Dennis Gray. His newest work, Thoughts on Life in Rhyme and Sculpture, certainly reveals these thoughts in a meditation on the complexities, joys, and tribulations of being alive--from the stress of traffic to the troubling state of the environment and finding one's purpose amidst the craziness and uncertainty of life in our times. Mr. Gray expresses some "dark and troubling" concerns regarding the human condition and the harmful ways in which men and women treat one another and the environment. Dennis Gray's poetry gives great hope and inspiration, urging people to move beyond their innate tendencies toward selfishness and material greed to enhance their compassion and love for their fellow man. Thoughts on Life in Rhyme and Sculpture is an original, refreshing, and sometimes disconcerting look at life by an artist of great insight, wit, and empathy.
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|Size: ||2.1 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781631851391 (DRM-EPUB)|
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