The Bomb That Blew Up God: And Other Whimsical Mystical Poems (Paperback)
The Devil insisted on having the latest, baddest
bombs tested, but God wasn't thrilled, so Satan
flew over to Heaven, smirking and hissing...
The title poem is a tongue-in-cheek, modern fable
depicting the age-old struggle between good and evil
with a surprise ending. The true history of the Big Bang
explained, poetically that is
In seven distinct chapters, Freddy Niagara Fonseca
paints the cosmic drama of mankind. Hidden conflicts
come to the surface. Hope enlivens a dark universe.
Peals of laughter abound.
A delightful book, it feels like watching a movie of
a vast, spiritual travelogue. At times it presents the
reader with a smorgasbord of new, adventurous
poetical forms mixed with tried-and-true, classical
styles, each uniquely suitable to each, individual
Brief, poignant sketches highlight challenging situations.
Dances, music and magic explode with joy. Do we really
die? New doors open and nature shines at its most epic.
Using daring free verse, dancing South American
rhythms and rhyme, the poet pours his heart out
into this life-affirming poetry collection.
Gazing through the countless apertures
Of foliage overhead, I sense the
Pressure of the hidden years is gone...