Thursday, April 22, 2021
God of Nothingness
Impressions. During the first half of Poetry Month, I read two or three of Mark Wunderlich’s thirty-two poems in a collection named after one of them, God of Nothingness. So much of reading poetry can be absorbing impressions. I found myself observing the reality of loss. I came to feel resilience and hope. I found humor. I followed connections from past to present to whatever is ahead. I watched the ways in which resilience forms, often following despair. At one line, I felt solitude, and at another line, I celebrated survival. Fans of poetry will find a lot to enjoy in this collection. Rating: Four-star (I like it) Click here to purchase God of Nothingness from amazon.com.