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Art comes in many forms. Each of them expresses something. Usually, it expresses the heart and soul of the artist. Combining different types of art is an idea that I like. What we have here is a very artistic book that resembles a very artistic experience. The author combined poetry with painting to come up with this beautiful piece. The paintings seem to have a theme, but they are different. The poetry is short and expressive. The book is an experience that will give you a lot of emotion and will take you on a journey into the author's mind.
I love the book and the experience. It gave me strong emotions, although nothing is that direct in the book. I could just sense the author's emotions being transferred to me. The paintings are amazing. I loved them so much that I can hang any of them on my walls happily. The paintings are calming and full of details. The more you look, the more you see. Details keep coming up one after another. You'll get the feeling that you don't want to take your eyes off of them. The poetry was short and expressive. It seemed like expressing what was on the author's mind in brief words.
There was nothing to hate about the book. It's an artistic experience that you need to go through and make your own impression. There were some paintings that had some words on them. The writing wasn't clear or comprehensible. Maybe it was meant to be like that, but they got me curious. This didn't take away from my enjoyment of the book, though.
The book is unique and expressive. I like the idea and how it was implemented. Poetry doesn't usually follow grammar, but I can say I didn't notice anything out of context. This means the book received exceptional editing. Therefore, I rate How Water Moves in Sunlight by Dena Marie five out of five stars.
The book is suitable for people who love art and for people who would like to go through a beautiful artistic experience.
How water moves in sunlight
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