Dreaming At Noon is a delightful selection of 30 exquisite poems. Each has its own style and feel, and every one tricks the mind into stepping aside and trains our attention on a moment of silence, a pause, a deep blue sky beyond clouds.
I had a privilege of reading sometimes several drafts before final version, and I can appreciate the intensity of flow that led to this azure airy creation. My name appears in acknowledgment section, but I paid for my copy and I highly recommend doing the same – even holding the book in my hands and admiring the cover alone improves my state of being.
I was looking for a quote from the book itself that best describes it, but as interlocked Borromean rings these precious poems refused to be separated. This is when Lapa (my beloved staffie) started wagging her tail in her sleep to the clip-clop sounds of Namibian antelopes. That’s when I figured that “Dreaming At Noon” has to be experienced as if watching these majestic animals in the wild.