Bien, Philosophical Poetry by Peter B. Smith

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Praise for Bien–Philosophical Poetry

I’ve started reading your poems and I’m very impressed.
“The Best Things Can’t Be Told” was a beautiful and insightful way to kick things off!
PJ Augustinos

Book basics
This is an 80 page book of poetry with 50+ poems as well as planning notes by the author for some of the poems.

Summary
Bien is a collection Peter wrote over the last year, August 2019 to August 2020. Each poem stands alone and is organized under one of the book’s sections: Finesse, Completeness, Humanness, Togetherness, Sweetness, and Otherness.

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Praise for Bien--Philosophical Poetry
I've started reading your poems and I'm very impressed.
"The Best Things Can't Be Told" was a beautiful and insightful way to kick things off!
PJ Augustinos

Praise for Bien--Philosophical Poetry

I found BIEN to be an insightful book that I will reread again and again.
Ed Smith - Flat Rock, NC

Praise for Bien--Philosophical Poetry

Smith's Bien is an aptly named collection of poems that allows you to immerse yourself in thought-provoking writing to travel on a journey through emotions of elation and despair with the author and emerge with an inner peace where all is well.
I would give the book 5 stars.
Katherine McGrail - Colorado Springs, CO

Summary
Bien is a collection Peter wrote over the last year, August 2019 to August 2020. Each poem stands alone and is organized under one of the book’s sections: Finesse, Completeness, Humanness, Togetherness, Sweetness, and Otherness.

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Dimensions 9 × 6 in
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Paperback, eBook, Audiobook

2 reviews for Bien, Philosophical Poetry by Peter B. Smith

  1. Ed Forth (verified owner)

    “”Philosophical Poetry” is an apt subtitle for Bien as the poems inside reckon with our relationships with technology, each other, the motivations we draw upon and the moments we experience.

    Some of the poems contain planning notes which offer some insights into the author’s process which I appreciated.

  2. Rebecca stone (verified owner)

    Deep, insightful and interesting ways of looking at the world around us and our relationships with technology and our own thoughts.

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