Every morning that escapes The net cast by life that wrangles each day Mother’s footsteps are livelier than fish fins Suffocating bundles of worries run away Deep waves inside mother push away the salty, fishy smells”
He challenged her to seduce him! Holly blushed to remember her last encounter with Niall Wesley. He'd rejected her teenage crush on him, making Holly vow that next time she saw Niall she'd be beautiful–and he'd come begging…. Years later, Niall had indeed come begging; only, it was Holly's sister he wanted! She'd be a perfect fake fiancee, and…
- Mother’s Dawn
Love is universal and as the book’s overall poetic theme, Korean poet Kwon weaves what used to be meaningless words into finespun rhymes and verses that shall tug at each reader’s heartstrings with Mother’s Dawn: Black Swamp.
As her third book of poetry, Kwon weaves words of love and compassion for her uhm-ma (mother) and ap-ba (father) without exaggerating or mystifying. Written in subtle verses, she reveals the struggle to find traces of love that are gradually fading away and attempts to make an imprint out of the tactile memories. Deeply moving, the rhymes and verses of Mother’s Dawn: Black Swamp are tattoos of love for her parents that Kwon wants to immortalize.
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