SADDLE ON THUNDER
About the Book
Thunder, in general, evokes violence, but is here used as part of nature’s endowments to conjure imagery that sets forth an aspect of life, which involves deep-pitched sounds and noise. Be it part of normal life or a literally loud explosive event or related happenings, the title of this book also evokes a manner or state of mind with which to react psychologically to “thunder” ranging from the type involved in warlike violence to any other difficult circumstances, which man may routinely grapple with simply by appreciating nature as it is, or by establishing a zone of comfort with which to deal with sudden explosive events. In this regard, the “saddle” element of the title evokes an image of how man somehow invariably contrives to traverse waves and storms caused by thunderous events and comes to terms with them in due course as an acceptable fact of life.
About the Author
Felix Bongjoh, currently living in Boston, Massachusetts, is an International Human Capital Development Consultant, who previously worked for an international organization for some 30 years. In addition to the present twenty-fifth book, Saddle On Thunder, Bongjoh has previously published 24 books of poetry, as follows: (i) Chorus on a Bridge; (ii) Broken Gloss of Bliss; (iii) Nightfall at Dawn; (iv) When Dusk Hoots; (v) Weeds of Jewelry; (vi) Season of Flowers; (vii) The Ineluctable Spin; (viii) Gloom’s Sprout of Love; (ix) Spectrum of Zephyrs; (x) Whistles in the Wind; (xi) The Sun Still Glitters; (xii) Cliff of Sirens; (xiii) Quiet Shadows Scream; (xiv) Angle of Angels; (xv) Sculpted Out of Sky; (xvi) Feathers of Fur; (xvii) Through Sundry Waves; (xviii) Beyond Dying Ripples; (xix) Doors to Eris; (xx) Outskirts of Inner Bowl; (xxi) Ebbing Out, Bouncing Back; (xxii) Tailored To The Stars; (xxiii) A Storm Wave’s Reach; and (xxiv) Isles Of Light.