BEHOLD! … AS HE DISPLAYS HIS INNER PORTRAITS OF THE MANY ALTERED INCARNATIONS THAT HANG WITHIN THE TWILIGHT OF HIS IMMORTAL GOTHIC SOUL!
Gothic Twilight IV: the continuance of J J Ginty's poetic journal.
Here we are … reunited with J J Ginty on another soul-searching expedition into the outer & inner-spaces within the externals & internals of his peculiar perceptions & curious conceptions – even if it is only to realize that, perhaps, outer-space is merely inner-space ripped open; in the similar way that, maybe, our outer-world realities are mere reflections of our inner-world realities.
Take pleasure in this short & absorbing read, as you journey further & deeper into the metaphysics of worldly & other-worldly recollections, contemplations & ruminations; flashbacks, visions, hallucinations and fanciful reveries; whilst considering such things as: God, eternity, ancestry, life-after-death, cyclic-human-existence, prophesies of the unconscious, out-of-body visitations of mind, reincarnation/rebirth; inner-peace, acceptance, physical love, spiritual love, transcendental sensuality; and the ecstasies to be found in the beauty of life within the transports of a beautiful world.
The twenty poems herein also set forth J J Ginty's more trenchant sentiments; as the author exhibits his poetic (though somewhat dark) commentaries on topics such as: the futile chaos of inhumanity & war; the interminable fear & turmoil of the mind enslaved to insobriety, addiction, remorse & shame; displaying a time-travelling insight into the human world of unease, pain, suffering, dissatisfaction, despair & loneliness.
Though this collection is characteristic of the author's familiar dystopian and foreboding style; there is, however, woven into the interconnected tapestries, inner portraits of appreciation, liberation, divine acknowledgement, splendor, wonder & surrender in a journey the author feels compelled to continue along; documenting & commenting on a world which is, for him, neither bad nor good, dark nor light. For J J Ginty it is Gothic … it is Twilight.
Contains strong language.