If you prefer a brief or very brief reading to skim through all those topics that relate to every reflecting person, do tap into this remarkably concise and versatile poetry.
The book offers six dozens of easy verses that focus on human relationships, time, urban solitude and love or lack thereof. Russia as the author’s native country is another lyrical subject matter touched upon. To top it off, enjoy witty puns, limericks and other fun rhymes at the end of this nice travel-companion volume.
Leonid Sboyko is a Russian poet, essayist, translator, travel writer (Spain, Cuba, Guatemala, Montenegro, etc.), coiner of maxims, puns and geographical oxymora. His literary work in both English and his native tongue explores time and human solitude, communication and living in the context of a rapidly changing world. He is the author of Russia’s first full-blown monograph on the Gibraltar sovereignty problem (ISBN 384542866x). Leonid Sboyko is a member of the Russian Geographical Society.