Welcome to this week’s In the Books, featuring Social Climax by Troy Legette.
Disclaimer: While I’ve read a lot of the poems on the author’s website, there are a few I haven’t so this review is based off of the ones I have read.
About the book: Social Climax expresses a journey of a comprised literary collection of poetry that exposes thought, feeling, life experiences, love, imagination, and friendship. The words are illustrated into a mental picture humbly delivered to every reader with a purpose of speaking the thoughts wished spoken, feelings long felt, and experiences ever imagined. The open mind will find privilege, appreciation, and autonomy.
My Review: I’m the type that loves just about any and all poetry, but I really enjoyed the author’s poems. While thought provoking, I thought the poetry was easy to lose myself in. For me, that’s the best thing about any piece of art.
My favorite was Super Moms. It helped to bring out some of my memories about my mom and appreciate her efforts raising me even more.