The Braille of the Sea by Gordon Walmsley
Those familiar with the spiritual poetry of Gordon Walmsley know that he writes like an angel. This does not mean sweetness and light. Rather, this means a voice, or voices, which use words as DNA fragments: alive; runic; beautiful; unprotected; on a quest parallel, or not, to the poet s own quest. Companions, certainly, words and the poet. Risk, without a trace of stress. Braille here implicates sight, sound, smell, touch, taste. The book is in fact not a collection, it is one continuous poem.