The Eternal Circle is an emotive collection of poetry about life and meaningfulness. At times autobiographical and personal, the collection also offers readers a wider outlook on life exploring glimpses of the particular in a much wider picture.
Zbigniew writes a collection concerned with landscape, isolation and the ever-increasing material world. The collection was inspired initially by travels in the Dordogne and Provencal regions of Southern France, but moves on to a much larger setting. Often influenced by nature, walking and the internal journey of the soul, this book explores the tension between the temporal and the eternal; the mysterious and the quotidian; and the wish to pass beyond normality in seeking the possibility of transcendence.
The Eternal Circle expresses a concern for older sacred values embracing self-fulfilment and re-enchantment. This book will appeal to fans of poetry seeking a sincere and authentic read.