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See? by Edward G. Robles is a thought-provoking and introspective collection of poetry. Robles demonstrates his mastery of language and imagery in this compilation of beautifully-crafted verses. From the very beginning, the author invites readers to experience a journey filled with profound observations and emotions.

The poems in See? tackle a myriad of themes such as love, loss, identity, and the human experience. Robles effortlessly weaves together personal anecdotes, philosophical musings, and societal critiques, creating a diverse and comprehensive exploration of the human condition. Each poem feels deeply personal, offering readers a glimpse into the poet's thoughts and emotions.

The language used throughout the book is captivating and evocative. Robles has a unique ability to choose words that elicit strong emotions. Whether he is describing the beauty of nature or delving into the complexities of a relationship, his descriptive prowess keeps readers engaged and connected to the text. The imagery is vivid, painting a vivid picture in the minds of readers and elevating the reading experience.

Another strength of See? lies in the diversity of form. Robles skillfully experiments with various poetic structures, ranging from free verse to sonnets and haikus. This variety adds depth and dimension to the collection, ensuring that readers are continually engaged and surprised by the author's creativity.

Furthermore, the collection's organization is well thought out. The poems flow seamlessly from one to another, creating a cohesive narrative that is both captivating and cohesive. Robles' ability to create a seamless and dynamic journey is a testament to his skill as a poet and storyteller.

However, despite its many strengths, See? may not be for everyone. The deep introspection and frequently abstract themes might require readers to reflect and contemplate at length. Some may find certain poems challenging to interpret, leading to moments of confusion or disconnect. Nevertheless, for those willing to delve into the depths of the poet's mind, this collection offers a rewarding and introspective reading experience.

In conclusion, See? by Edward G. Robles is a beautifully written collection of poems that explores the complexities of life, love, and the human experience. With his language, imagery, and poetic diversity, Robles has created a thought-provoking and engaging read. This book is highly recommended for lovers of poetry and anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the world around them.

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[Illustration: Illustrated by ASHMAN]



Seeing things? Don't go to an analyst see the Commission if it doesn't find you first!

Well, there was this song a few years back. You know the one. Phil Harris singing about a thing that you couldn't get rid of, no matter what you did, a thing so repulsive it made you a social outcast. Never thought I'd see one, though. Dirty Pete found it.

Don't rush me. I'll tell you about it.

We're hobos, understand? Now a hobo is a different breed of cat than you think. Oh, people are getting educated to the idea that a hobo will work and move on, whereas a tramp will mooch and move on, and a bum will mooch and hang around, but you still find folks who are ignorant enough to call us bums.

We're aristocrats, yes sir. If it wasn't for us, you wouldn't enjoy half the little luxuries you do. Oh, don't believe me talk to your experts. They know that, without the migratory worker, most of the crops wouldn't get harvested. And, if I talk highfalutin' once in a while, don't blame me. Associating with the Professor improves any man's vocabulary, in spite of themselves.

There was the four of us, see? We'd been kicking around together for longer than I care to think about. There was the Professor and Dirty Pete and Sacks and Eddie... Continue reading book >>

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