Time’s Fool: Love Poems
Time's Fool: Love Poems Reviews
“Time's Fool, Harry Moore's second chapbook, consists of twenty-four beautifully crafted poems that are both confessional and conversational.
“Grippingly honest and deeply moving, the poems in Time's Fool are by no means dark. They are celebratory and full of light, held together by hope, joy, faith, and always by love . . .
“Moore writes of comfortable domesticity, of family, blended and extended, of children and grandchildren, of birth and death, love and loss, beginnings and endings.” (Penne J. Laubenthal, Alabama Writers’ Forum)
What He Would Call Them
What He Would Call Them Reviews
“The naming of things, associated with Moore’s father, is a primary theme in the collection. For the poet, to call things in the natural world by their proper names and to understand their essential nature is to connect with his past. . .
“In verse artistically rich and highly readable, Moore has accomplished more than many authors manage in much more space. Both the insight and the felicity he demonstrates will, I think, draw many readers to this volume.” (Norman McMillan, Alabama Writers’ Forum)
“Harry Moore’s poetic voice is soft-spoken, gentle, authentic and honest as he allows us to accompany him on his journey through time and space, a friendly voice inviting us into his particular world, a voice that may tremble but doesn’t break at the current of sentiment that surges through the poems.” (James Miller Robinson, Main Street Rag)