LONDON, May 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Deniz Besim's publication of The Sky that Falls introduces the world to a thoroughly refreshing collection of poetry. It totals a set of forty poems, in which each and every poem takes on a theme of its own. The book is divided into forms that include sestinas, villanelles, sonnets and pantoums. Many of the poems explore themes including science, agriculture, adoption, culture, relationships; others explore happier themes, such as love, friendship and holidays. There is also one central theme common to both the title of the book itself and its relationship with the other poems: nature.
A connection to the natural world is a critical theme throughout the book. The title itself, The Sky that Falls, is explored figuratively as well as literally. The idea of a 'falling sky' can be actualised through rain, snow or hail, but also through the idea of the world closing in on the reader and 'falling' as we know it.
About Deniz Besim
Deniz Besim is a creative writing class teacher who lives in London and has taught the forms she has written in her writing class. Her pantoums are inspired by John Ashbery; her villanelles have been inspired by Dylan Thomas; and her sonnets are written in the Italian form. The Sky that Falls uses a variety of publishing platforms including Xlibris Publishers, Createspace and Lulu. It is available for sale via Amazon here:
Deniz Besim can be contacted by mobile on +44(0)7817799337 and by e-mail on email@example.com .
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