As a poem speaks and breathes life, Cairol Dawson’s poems are moments
lived the best way possible and captured in the best possible form and
language. But unlike journal entries, her poems do not merely preserve
experiences, rather they continue to be in the ever-present, moments not
framed in the past, but living in the here and now, echoing in the very
same space as the reader who reads them. Indeed, magic.
one, with the logic of science, explain for instance the experience that
can be derived from the poem, “Per l’amore de la luna” (for love of the
moon)? Absolutely brilliant in its conception in words and a mind’s
The poem does not care what country you are in and in what
time. It’s there, a cupped magnificence on the palm of the page, yes,
like the image of the moon reflected on till waters. There is simply no
explaining. It’s simply there, existing in its own magical hour, to be
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