By Brian Douthit
Brian Douthit's poetry has been in comparison to Wordsworth, Frost, Shelley, Byron and so forth. when it comes to paintings, it's been defined as a "word-Picasso" or "sublime Monet." Readers usually say they think serene or perhaps breathless after examining his items. regardless of the response, all appear to agree his poetry is gorgeous and eloquent, and in a category of its personal. You too may possibly event the addictive compulsion to learn them over and over and be lifted to a brand new size by means of his striking snatch of language and through the fantastic expertise and artistry contained inside those pages.
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