Drop in by Browzan

Today I welcome poet, visual artist and filmaker, Browzan, to reflect on a poem from his debut collection, Quest for Ions...

…What is happiness? Hitchcock describes it just about as profoundly as one can: ‘a clear horizon’.

Peace, the second poem in the collection, is my ‘clear horizon’.

This poem emerged, like a soft dream. Laying these words down on paper was a very soothing experience. One, I wanted the reader to share.

Though many great works catapult from the nadir of chaos, stirring one’s soul anti-clockwise isn’t always the best way to go. In this poem, I allowed a tide of inspiration to wash over me. What remains are words, ordered on a page, like footsteps on a sandy beach.

Next week read my review of Quest for Ions.

Unmuted, the latest collection by Nigel Kent is available NOW for £7 + P&P (£1.90) UK only, for more details, including how to order, click here and message him using the contact form.

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