Moon whispers

MOON WHISPERS – A new collection of 30 poems about life, reality and everything.

G. Michael Vasey understands the power of the word. In Moon Whispers, he takes obvious care not to convolute a simple message, exercising an economy of words when it is due, to reveal clean, crisp vignettes of his inner landscape. From tantalizing homages to food in “50 Shades of Food” to life’s more existential questions, as in “Touching Emptiness” and the quote inspired “So What Am I?”, readers will be more appreciative of each of their senses and yet wondering what lies beyond what they perceive with them.

Dielle Ciesco, author of The Unknown Mother: A Magical Walk with the Goddess of Sound and Your True Voice: Tools for Embracing a Fully Expressed Life

Moon Whispers is a tender and beautifully-crafted collection of poems that can touch the deepest layers of our soul. Like the sound of a favorite song on the radio or the recognition of truth in an unexpected place, it brings light and happiness into the heart with every verse.

Daniela I. Norris, author of On Dragonfly Wings and Collecting Feathers

Free verse to enchant your soul.

 

How To Buy The Book

Available in paperback and kindle ebook formats from the Amazon sites.

ISBN-10: 1499364105
ISBN-13: 978-1499364101

ASIN: B00KE41WK4

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Moon whispers Reviews

‘Moon Whispers - A new poetry collection’ is the fourth outing into the world of lyric and melody by Michael Vasey. This continually fascinating and ever-maturing writer has succeeded in assembling a cornucopia of new ideas, visions, and comments on his personal universe and the world ‘out there’. A title like ‘Julia Robert’s Smile’ is typical of the poet’s wry humour. These lines from another piece neatly combine word play and a satirical edge. Bit by bit Revelations Byte by byte Animations The combination of the classic and the contemporary is never far away. A line like ‘Forged in ancient fire’ manages to sit quite comfortably with this pair in another poem seen later in the collection. Houston, I heard you calling Or am I confusing you with the Clash? The piece entitled ‘All at sea’ shows Vasey’s optimism is never far away, though he often questions whether he always possesses that quality himself. The depth of his feelings combined with an acute intelligence have, however, produced the joyous lines, Following a golden sunbeam Tumbling through life’s dream Besides his poetry collections, Vasey’s other forays into authorship, a recognised authority on occult matters - ‘The Mystical Hexagram’ - and his splendid novel ‘The Last Observer’ shows a varied dimension of thought and an endless imagination. - Reviewer on Amazon.co.uk