[easyazon-image align=”left” asin=”0989854299″ locale=”us” height=”333″ src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41wqnOVNVLL.jpg” width=”209″ alt=”Glynn Young” ]Speaking With Poetic Precision
A Review of
Poetry at Work
Paperback: T.S. Poetry Press, 2013
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Reviewed by Micheal Hickerson
This book, the first of T.S. Poetry Press’s Masters in Fine Living series, is intended to be read slowly and reflectively. Poetry at Work consists of 20 short, practically poetic chapters, each offering a few pages of thoughts about a specific area of work, along with a poetic exercise and, in many chapters, a few lines of Young’s own poetry about his work. The chapters largely deal with Young’s own experiences with turning to poetry for encouragement, inspiration, and comfort during his career in speechwriting, public relations, and social media. He wants readers to share his discovery that poetry can be used to discover beauty and purpose in the everyday.
Key to the book is this passage: