Review of Psychaotic by James Hannibal

Posted: March 6, 2015 in Reviews
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Psychaotic is a collection of predominantly dark poetry from a gifted writer. Irum Zahra creates exquisite imagery with an economy of words. With her melancholy tone — at times almost suicidal and at others overtly homicidal, usually in stream of consciousness style — her work is reminiscent of Edward Young of the eighteenth century Gothic poets. If Zahra’s work does not tug at the empathetic strings of your heart, you may have no heart at all. Five stars.
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