Dreams I Never Told You & Letters I Never Sent

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Dreams I Never Told You & Letters I Never Sent

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These are interesting times. No one dreams any more. No one writes letters any more. Thoughtful, intimate correspondence has been subverted by the instant message and the status update. David Wojciechowski’s Dreams I Never Told You & Letters I Never Sent is the antidote for our world-weariness. The poems sedate and salute, inviting us in to a place where language combines with imagination to create a vivid word-scape that eschews false surface realities and impersonal communications. No one dreams any more. No one writes letters any more. Here they are.

 Christopher Kennedy, Ennui Prophet

 

It’s the untold dream and unsent letter everyone wants to read: secret, ecstatic, idiosyncratic moments that are not quite complete without a recipient.  You, reader, are the recipient of this remarkable collection of shadows and “black excesses sprinkled with light.”  You’ll need new eyes to read them or, better, find yourself with new eyes after reading them.  Wojciechowski’s poems are curious, beautiful, elemental [dirt, water, cloud], often mystical, with an elephant [or bird] heart at the center.  The book is charismatic, dynamic, original. 

 Bruce Smith, Devotions

 

In David Wojciechowski’s blunt, unswerving lines, there is the infinite, yearning possibilities of the Self. These poems explore human curiosity, the earnest address to the You, and dreams blending with reality. “We lose ourselves really far away from home.” He writes. And I do too in these poems.

Bianca Stone, Someone Else’s Wedding Vows

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