Dreamers and Daydreams by Sheen Francis Reyes

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Dreamers and Daydreams is Reyes's second poetry collection. It is nothing less than a successful attempt to gag the mouths of the distracting, overthinking, know-it-all voices in her brain, allowing her underrated heart to let loose and be so courageous and bold that it dove face first onto paper, contented.

3 out of 5 (good)

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I enjoy Sheen’s poetry and writing. I like the way the book was sectioned.

Particularly enjoyed the descriptions in the latter two sections.

Predator and Prey was a favourite. A lovely evocatively worded piece on seduction.

* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and my comments here are my honest opinion. *

Sheen Francis Reyes has always been fascinated with self-expression. She has discovered it as early as she was able to hold a microphone, through music and dance; as she matured, through photography, and an unshakable part of her life, poetry.

Her right-brain is overpowering, as depicted on her debut book, Brave Vulnerable. Reason why she’s grateful for her unused BS degree in Psychology. It’s the only thing she could think of that keeps her left-brain in check.

She was born in the warmest city in the Philippines, but lived her entire young adult life in the coldest city four hours north. She currently lives in a laid back beach town in New Zealand, continuously learning, dreaming, wandering.

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