Tony Angelo describes 'Too much Ado’ “as a poetry book that tackles some of the major prejudices…” and he is spot on about them introducing thoughts to the reader that provokes some thoughts about said “prejudices”. It is a very interested style of poetry and it can hold a reader’s attention. Each poem speaks to us, the readers, to take to heart the author’s ideas and thoughts about the subject to which it is written.
Thought compelling reads tend to mark the author’s stories within the poems. I prefer poetry that tells a story instead of a poem with rhythym and rhyme that can make no sense at all. We see the “story-lines” as life experiences and lessons learned in this reviewer/author’s opinion.
Anastasia Cassella-Young, Reviewer
Mind Fog Reviews