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Too often, poems are difficult to understand because it consists of a high density of information in a few lines. This requires a reader to be attentive and ingenious to decode them. However, the poems in this book are simple to understand and easy to interpret. What makes the poems even more personal, is the relevance to anybody and everybody’s unique life experiences. ‘S Too often, poems are difficult to understand because it consists of a high density of information in a few lines. This requires a reader to be attentive and ingenious to decode them. However, the poems in this book are simple to understand and easy to interpret. What makes the poems even more personal, is the relevance to anybody and everybody’s unique life experiences. ‘Simply Living’ gives a glimpse into the subtleties of life that are often ignored in the hustle of being born - straight to the death bed. The journey of life, Twists and Turns galore,Caught in the web of life, Almost that like a war.Runaway as far, Maybe give it a jump start,It is only but your own tale, Accept it with all heart.Sweep away those webs, Cut yourself free,To begin the disentanglement, Ask yourself “What’s Your Story?”


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Too often, poems are difficult to understand because it consists of a high density of information in a few lines. This requires a reader to be attentive and ingenious to decode them. However, the poems in this book are simple to understand and easy to interpret. What makes the poems even more personal, is the relevance to anybody and everybody’s unique life experiences. ‘S Too often, poems are difficult to understand because it consists of a high density of information in a few lines. This requires a reader to be attentive and ingenious to decode them. However, the poems in this book are simple to understand and easy to interpret. What makes the poems even more personal, is the relevance to anybody and everybody’s unique life experiences. ‘Simply Living’ gives a glimpse into the subtleties of life that are often ignored in the hustle of being born - straight to the death bed. The journey of life, Twists and Turns galore,Caught in the web of life, Almost that like a war.Runaway as far, Maybe give it a jump start,It is only but your own tale, Accept it with all heart.Sweep away those webs, Cut yourself free,To begin the disentanglement, Ask yourself “What’s Your Story?”

30 review for What's Your Story?: Volume I : Simply Living

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jane

    Amazing These poems are so deep! I couldn't put it down, they really bring all the emotions to the surface. I can't wait to read the others in the series! Amazing These poems are so deep! I couldn't put it down, they really bring all the emotions to the surface. I can't wait to read the others in the series!

  2. 5 out of 5

    DALIP

    Poetry Can Be A Double Edged Sword That Is Rarely The Same For Two People As Each Is Bound To Have A Uniquely Different Interpretation From The Next Person. Not Just That Alone, As A Matter Of Fact The Interpretation Can Tend To Change Over A Period Of Time Even With The Same Person Depending On The Frame Of Mind Of The Reader Who’s Soaking In The Poem. The Lesson I Came Away With After Reading What’s Your Story Volume 1 Is That What Appears To Be Simple On The Surface Can Emerge To Be Most Compl Poetry Can Be A Double Edged Sword That Is Rarely The Same For Two People As Each Is Bound To Have A Uniquely Different Interpretation From The Next Person. Not Just That Alone, As A Matter Of Fact The Interpretation Can Tend To Change Over A Period Of Time Even With The Same Person Depending On The Frame Of Mind Of The Reader Who’s Soaking In The Poem. The Lesson I Came Away With After Reading What’s Your Story Volume 1 Is That What Appears To Be Simple On The Surface Can Emerge To Be Most Complicated When You Start Unravelling It. Perhaps The Reason For That Being That One Person’s Poetry Like The Truth Can Differ As It Is Subjective And Is Bound To Differ From Person To Person. Having Read This Book Twice With An Intentional Layover Of A Few Days In Between It Came As A Surprise How Different The Interpretation Can Be Reading The Same Poetry Twice With An Intentional Gap. Comprising Of 16 Poems Spread Across All Of 42 Pages Between The Covers Delton D’Souza What’s Your Story Volume 1 Is An Apt Case Of Big Surprises Coming In Small Packages. For Me Atleast, As Much As The Poems Starting With “Questioning Life” And Wrapping Up Aptly With “An End Without An End” The Process May Have Been A Personal Journey Of Sowing Seeds And Then Waiting For The Flowers To Bloom Into A Poetic Garden For Me Each Illustrative Picture At The End Of Each Poem Is In A Tool Itself To Understand The Finer Nuances That Are Barely Whispered By The Poet Almost Leaving A Lot Unsaid That Needs To Be Felt Rather Than Read. The Good News For Those Who Found Meaning In Delton D’Souza What’s Your Story Volume 1 And Were Able To Connect With His Simplistically Profound Poetry He Already Has Volume 2 & 3 Already Awaiting To Be Read!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ginni Conquest

    Challenge your Life Goals I haven’t really ventured into reading poetry but decided to read this one after an email exchange with the author. Delton’s words make you think about your own life as you read thru each poem. He touches upon life’s goals, challenges, losses and gains. Keeping your life simple and balanced is a goal; being in a state of want prevents the goodness from coming into your life. The beautiful photography definitely adds to the overall theme of his poems. Now I’ll have to che Challenge your Life Goals I haven’t really ventured into reading poetry but decided to read this one after an email exchange with the author. Delton’s words make you think about your own life as you read thru each poem. He touches upon life’s goals, challenges, losses and gains. Keeping your life simple and balanced is a goal; being in a state of want prevents the goodness from coming into your life. The beautiful photography definitely adds to the overall theme of his poems. Now I’ll have to check out his other work. I recommend this book if you want to challenge your life goals. Thank you. Ginni Conquest, Romance Author.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ticy Cherall

    Amazing Read I'm not one for reading poetry but I really enjoyed these poems. My favorite poem in this collection was A Chronic Feeling. Living with chronic invisible auto immune diseases and being in remission when so many of those that you love aren't it makes you feel like your missing something, like you don't belong within the community of people like myself. It causes one to think why they can't get the same treatment as I did. I'm not sure what the author meant for this poem to betray but Amazing Read I'm not one for reading poetry but I really enjoyed these poems. My favorite poem in this collection was A Chronic Feeling. Living with chronic invisible auto immune diseases and being in remission when so many of those that you love aren't it makes you feel like your missing something, like you don't belong within the community of people like myself. It causes one to think why they can't get the same treatment as I did. I'm not sure what the author meant for this poem to betray but it spoke to my soul in many ways. I truly enjoyed this read.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Khodakivska

    🗻BOOK REVIEW / “What’s Your Story?”/ Delton D’Souza☁️  ___ 🗻Genre: Collection of poems  Pages: 42 Language: English Publisher: Independently published Release date: 2020☁️  ____ 🗻Reading this book was like sitting on a glittering cloud above the crater of Mount Fuji and talking about pearls of wisdom of life with Sengen-Sama (Japanese goddess). ____ ☁️The Plot:  The book consists of 16 poems with intriguing and enthralling titles. Each poem includes deep reflections about life, enduring values, aspiration 🗻BOOK REVIEW / “What’s Your Story?”/ Delton D’Souza☁️  ___ 🗻Genre: Collection of poems  Pages: 42 Language: English Publisher: Independently published Release date: 2020☁️  ____ 🗻Reading this book was like sitting on a glittering cloud above the crater of Mount Fuji and talking about pearls of wisdom of life with Sengen-Sama (Japanese goddess). ____ ☁️The Plot:  The book consists of 16 poems with intriguing and enthralling titles. Each poem includes deep reflections about life, enduring values, aspirations, intentions, and daily routine. ____ 🗻The Writing Style: I haven’t read other books by this author, but this one impressed me deeply and inspired, taking into account that I am not much into a poetry genre. All the poems are written in a light and easy manner, with lots of mesmerizing metaphors and comparisons. I enjoyed how the writer succeeds in using a “jeu de mots” with profound meaning in verses. Every poem is not long and not short; its length is perfect for revealing a moral and making you plunge into wondering about what matters. ____ ☁️My Favorite Quote: Truth to be told, I loved all the poems in this book. But “A Reason For Living” touched my bookish heart a bit more than others. Here is one of the verses from it: “The reason for living, Playing a game of building blocks; Living life and simply just being, Using all the colors in a crayon box!” ____ 🗻Would I read other books by this author: Definitely! ___ ☁️My humble rating is: 5/5 _____ #EllenKhodakivka #writerslife #writer #bookreview #poetry #poems #WhatsYourStory #DeltonD'Souza #indieauthor #WhatToRead #Reading #WiseThoughts #SimplyLiving #booklover #bookaddict #booknerd #beautifulpoetry  #bookishlovegroup #unitedbookstagram #bookstagram #betterreadschallenge

  6. 4 out of 5

    Christine Cowin

    Words of Wisdom Wow! Denton such beautiful words in your poetry. Highly recommend reading Denton’s work. Lots of life truths in his words. Easily understood and recognised in one’s own life. Love the photography he’s chosen accompanying each of his poems, the photos seem to sync with his words.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jeremy Craig

    The whimsy of life in beautify thoughtful poetry Had a bit of a poetry night tonight after a long day of writing, and this lovely collection was just the thing to break my melancholy mood, deeply enjoyable. This. Poet. Has. Talent.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Tami Hair

    Loved it! I’m not much into poetry but this has caught my attention and has meaning to it. I truly loved reading it. I would recommend this to anybody who would be interested in sitting down and reading something that has feeling to it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    J.P. Scott

    Take time to reflect We all need a few moments in the day to reflect on life. Poetry is a great way to connect experiences across see them world in a new way. Wonderful poems here and beautiful pictures made this an enjoyable read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Belle Brown

    A wonderful compilation of poetry about important aspects of life Well-worded, easy-to-read poetry that speaks to you. The poet also chose beautiful photography that adds to the theme of his poems. I would definitely recommend especially to poetry lovers everywhere!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Lashae Lashae

    Another One! Another great book full of touching poetry. The first poem hit home right away. I'm constantly asking myself is life just about living or is there something more! Worth the read!! Another One! Another great book full of touching poetry. The first poem hit home right away. I'm constantly asking myself is life just about living or is there something more! Worth the read!!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Winnifred Tataw

    Another wonderful poetry book Another great book by Delton! His words were inspiring and noteworthy to read. I loved making my way through this book and have already started another book by this awesome author!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sydnie Beaupré

    A story unfolds This book of poetry was excellently written and the photos were very poignant. I enjoyed "The good the bad and the ugly" the best. I'd reccomend this book to anyone looking for a good, easy read. A story unfolds This book of poetry was excellently written and the photos were very poignant. I enjoyed "The good the bad and the ugly" the best. I'd reccomend this book to anyone looking for a good, easy read.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Kathi Hole

    Wonderful. Beautiful! Love the writing. Love the pictures. This author is amazing. Look forward to reading more of his work in the future.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    I love poetry! I was pleasantly surprised when I picked up this book to find out if it was a book of poems and was very much delighted by the poems in it!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Veta

    No substance, cadence or style. More like the incoherent thoughts of a poem.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kylie mongold

    Deep thoughts of life It's a good read about the life we all live. A deep look into many paths of life we all find ourselves in. Deep thoughts of life It's a good read about the life we all live. A deep look into many paths of life we all find ourselves in.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Mysti

    Live your best life... A super short but impactful read! Find inspiration. Find meaning. Find purpose. Live your best life! I quite enjoyed the read!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Brianna

    Very thought provoking The author took a turn from the style of his first book going with longer poems and complex subject matter. He questions the meaning of it all. I could relate to his thoughts and feelings expressed through this body of work very much.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Hiraya Cross

    Have inspired me to write my own The last time I wrote poems were in 2016. Being able to read poems again this year, and wonderful ones for that matter, that I can easily relate to, inspired me again. Needless to say, the books in the series are all well-written.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Delton D'Souza

    Being the author myself, I will only but add feedback received from some international readers (primarily US). Just a few, not posted as reviews elsewhere. - Unique, fresh. A fantastic take on poetry. Makes the reader think in a whole new light. Depth if the work and original. Cant wait to read the rest - I enjoyed your thoughts that show a window of your soul. I enjoy the cadence of metered verse that like a melody, cement a rhyme, so to my mind converse. Keep up your quest, you will make a bette Being the author myself, I will only but add feedback received from some international readers (primarily US). Just a few, not posted as reviews elsewhere. - Unique, fresh. A fantastic take on poetry. Makes the reader think in a whole new light. Depth if the work and original. Cant wait to read the rest - I enjoyed your thoughts that show a window of your soul. I enjoy the cadence of metered verse that like a melody, cement a rhyme, so to my mind converse. Keep up your quest, you will make a better universe! - What a very beautifully composed piece of poetry, stimulating the senses at every turn. This book has given me a sense of awareness about life itself. The imagery was breathtaking giving each piece of poetry a little more soul.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Kirstin Graham

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Reed

  24. 5 out of 5

    Tutu

  25. 5 out of 5

    Annette Kinglock-Murray

  26. 4 out of 5

    Alexa

  27. 5 out of 5

    Claus Ranswill

  28. 5 out of 5

    Sally

  29. 4 out of 5

    Patrick

  30. 4 out of 5

    rainy

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