Review of Psychaotic by Vetle Sivertsen

Posted: March 6, 2015 in Reviews
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Psychaotic is a collection of beautiful poems, which, although many of them are dark, they make you feel optimistic after you’ve read them (possibly with the exception of “Adept of A murder” – which was more scary than dark). Reason for that, I think, is that the poems manage to put words on feelings which all of us have felt at least one time. It puts shows us the feelings we have about facing the world with words. There’s obviously a lot of giving from the author’s side and I don’t think these poems could have been written without some personal sacrifice – something that I as a reader appreciates. Even if you don’t like dark poetry, my three favorite poems in the collection; “Peace to my storm”, “A violin’s love”, and “Turn back time”, will surely make you glad you took the time to read this book
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