Poetry Book Alert!: Stillness and Echos by Richard William Kirkpatrick-Thorne

The Random Poem Tree is pleased to present our brand new segment! Book Alert!

Here’s a bit about the author and where you can find book. And look out for an author interview soon to come.

Richard William Kirkpatrick-Thorne was born on January 15, 1976 in Montréal, Québec. Stillness And Echoes is his newest publication since 2016. His poetry from 2009-2012 can be found in his first two books L’Oeil Du Minuit and The Tangled Cedaring Sublime & Its Knotting InTo NoThing Of Time. When not busy writing or sipping on a pint of a local brew, he can often be found hammering away on some MMORPG.

He lives in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Finality… … It is the last dip that gets all toes wet, though throats stay parched long after the shadows fade. And if by some odd chance you look down upon memory and it remembers starlit nights under your watchful eye, perhaps fate may weave a yarn for the dead to lead the faithful across a thinning division for slender reeds by the water’s edge… … Maybe… if all alone to wander… then perhaps to bones that have been piled high by vigilance… to tumble down in feigned spontaneity, to lose the task of forgetting the path… then to the calling from one’s own… … A voice… skipping across the endless void… … unbound… and eternal. Stillness And Echoes… the third collection of poetry written by Richard William Kirkpatrick-Thorne.

You can purchase the book here and on Friesen Press.

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. Thanks for the follow 🙂

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  2. Chris Black says:

    Thanks for the follow look forward to catching up. bookworms of the world unite…

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