AUTHOR: Stephanie Williams
Come to the water, He gently reproaches, swimming
With colour and lilting beatification, sense crowding
As the framework for drowning river ruses, blood
Foully shed, draining, silted summer crimes
Between Night and Daydream is a collection of poetry seeking to echo God in the midst of passions and to find inner voice in a world that constantly encourages us to drown it out. On the surface, these poems are mere reflections. But at a deeper level, Between Night and Daydream instills some sort of glimmering peace in the midst of meandering thoughts.
Categorized roughly as a conglomeration of fantasy, surrealism, and Christian poetry, these poems focus on both word and thought, combining themes of emotionalism and expressionism.