The River Becomes the Sea is a collection of thoughts, perceptions, emotions and understandings during the early years. The writings touch on various personal and human experiences and come in the form of vague impressions to poignant discoveries. These come from experiences familiar to most, such as sadness and peace, in which some may find fragments of certain understandings of higher powers or energies and thereby gain a measure of strength. This collection describes people, places and very intimate emotions with spontaneous and uninhibited fervor, combined with quiet moments of solitude, reflection and remorse. The collection is unconventional, personal yet universal. Its simple writing style gives it multiple levels of depth; we can read it simply or we can ponder the different messages within, and how they relate to us, the reader. An ideal read for someone interested in poetry that holds wisdom without rules, depth without obscurity and simplicity without ease.
The book is an esoteric and metaphysical piece that will appeal to readers in those genres as well as fans of poetry.