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August 26 , 2008

Oh What a Journey


Summary & Reviews: Jonquille poem “Shell” was chosen to be published in ‘Under a Quicksilver Moon’ which appeared in winter 2002 Ed. Her poem was selected “based on your unique talent and artistic vision, we believe it adds to the importance and appeal of this edition” out of thousands read “Shell” was chosen among 33 poems, to be published. OH WHAT A JOURNEY is a collection of approximately 15 poems that catalog Jonquille's views on relationships and life. Opening with a poetic dedication to God, she sets the tone for some of her softer and more endearing testimonials, while other pieces reveal the harsher realities of her existence. These poems cover many facets of her life, moving from the reason for her moniker to describing her interactions with various loved ones. She even devotes a poem to hairstyles. Jonquille's journey will touch a part of those women who have traveled the same path. She captures well the loneliness felt due to the absence of her father in "Daddy Where are You?" She focuses in on the feelings of lust in "Plastered" and "Bedazzled." In "Bloody Bay," which actually seems like a short story, she tells about the hopelessness and frustrations one may feel when trapped in a one-sided relationship filled with mistrust. In my favorite of the collection, "Imagine," she pulled me into her wonderings about what it could be like if you were secure in the love of your mate. Each poem was unique and simple, making this collection a nice addition for poetry lovers. Reviewed by Brenda M. Lisbon Of The RAWSISTAZ
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