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Monday, November 14, 2016

Review of Collisions On a Non-Existent Highway by Rosalyn Marhatta

Avoid the musk of Orient jungles and the threat of tiger paws. Or don’t. Rosalyn Marhatta’s Collisions on a Non-Existent Highway doesn’t.  Instead, she entices her readers into a movable feast of dangerous love, loss, and longing. She infuses her stanzas with cardamom-spiced passions in a pulao of cultural contradictions. From the first poem, Beware the Tiger Burning Bright, the exotic captures the imagination (not to mention the lust) of Marhatta’s youthful persona. For more of my review go here:  http://dougholder.blogspot.com/2016/11/collisions-on-non-existent-highway-by.html

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