Poetry Book Review 4 – Vision, and other Things We Hide From

Welcome to our  4th poetry book review. Vision, and Other Things We Hide From is by Samantha Terrell and is expected to be released by Potter’s Grove Press on the 9th March 2021. Click here to see full book description.

Vision, and other Things We Hide from was a very enjoyable read. This poetry collection deals with social issues in society and it also felt like it explored growing older and becoming ourselves. It reminds us we are a tiny part of the universe and I experienced feelings of regret at what capitalism has become. Vision, and Other Things We Hide From takes us through a contemplative and human journey. 

Rated: 4 Jumping Dolphins

About the author:

Samantha is a widely published American poet. Her work can be found in many fine online and in-print publications such as: Dissident Voice, Dove Tales by Writing for Peace, the Ebola chapbook by West Chester University (PA), Fevers of the Mind, In Parentheses, Lucky Jefferson, Nine Cloud Journal, Peeking Cat Poetry, Poetry Quarterly and others. Her website can be found here.

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