Taylor’s poems are constructed in diverse styles selected to match the energetic flow of the words.
The readers will find themselves on a fifty-one poems journey into personal emotions and insight, but also powerful messages empowering our capacity to author good outcomes based on our potential for love and reverence for each other.
“I wait alone for other souls
traversing this journey, and we
will discover higher places”
from the poem, If I Could, by Rob Taylor
Rob Taylor is a author, poet and photographer, a California native, now living in Toronto. His previous works include The Irreducible Primary, Noesis, and Northern Moons. Rob has been spiritually active for over fifty years and has taken part in and examined nearly every major religion and spiritual methodology.
Rob’s writings reflect his life experiences, observations, and inner evolution. He shares them as a modern perspective on spirituality and human behavior that draws on his years of metaphysics and spiritual study.
Rob has visited or lived among numerous countries and cultures including the US, Canada, Mexico, Japan, the Philippines, England, Scotland, the Netherlands, France, Israel, Belize, and South Africa.
Should we look to our poets as our most articulate analysts and critics of these times? Are they competing with social media or at one with social media?
Poets in Conversation:
Elizabeth Bachinsky and Kayla Czaga
Tim Bowling and Raoul Fernandes
Dionne Brand and Souvankham Thammavongsa
Marilyn Dumont and Katherena Vermette
Sue Goyette and Linda Besner
Steven Heighton and Ben Ladouceur
Sina Queyras and Canisia Lubrin
Armand Garnet Ruffo and Liz Howard
Karen Solie and Amanda Jernigan
Russell Thornton and Phoebe Wang
Afterword co-written by Nick Thran and Sue Sinclair