Ulaila (Martina Hügli) is a poet, researcher of reality and gardener of life. Her poems arise from wondering about the body, its relation with totality, with the cosmos and about the painful and joyous game of separation and union. This new collection of around 100 pages offers a great variety of poems on topics that reach from a dying cat, the meaning of understanding and what a truck really is to bathing time, the business of life, dreamtime and dawn. You never know what to expect on the next page, apart from the fact that it will be poem that will make you think, inspire you or simply makes you smile. It’s a great book to read in the little breaks in between.
Readers who love thoughtful poetry, should give the collection “no support but delight” by Ulaila a chance. They will enjoy the simple, but nice design of the book as it allows readers to fully focus on the words and their message. The author was born in Switzerland, raised in England and Germany, lived in several European countries, in Russia and in the US. She is married, a mother of two daughters and a stepdaughter, and now lives in a village in the South of the Netherlands. After a long writing break which started in 2002, she began writing poetry again in 2015. The resulting poems are collected in this book.
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