Maria Giovanna Tomsich, author of poetry collections such as “Spanish Bank Poems/Poemario de Spanish Bank” and “Wanderers/Errabundos,” engages poetry lovers in her new collection of poems, “Pabellon de Jim Pattison Y Despues/Jim Pattison Pavilion and After” (published by Trafford Publishing), inspired by a terrible illness.
Written in both Spanish and English, “Pabellon de Jim Pattison Y Despues/Jim Pattison Pavilion and After” analyses multiple levels of consciousness, breaking apart reality and fitting it back together through rhyme. Through her poems, Tomsich turns her love of jazz as well as time spent recovering from an illness into evocative poetry that is sure to resonate with readers.
“This poetry book is a collection of experiences at different dimensions and levels, from psychological to physical and from past to present,” says Tomsich.
An excerpt from “Pabellon de Jim Pattison Y Despues/Jim Pattison Pavilion and After”:
… Projects and promises of things that were now
An instant ago, living and resplendent,
Are already past
Where is the potential of the future?