This book, I Call You Love, is a love story, a book of free verse that I wrote for my wife. The artwork of the cover is from a famous sculpture. The book is in three parts. In part one, the couple is together, enjoying life. Each page of the part is a stand-alone poem and the total part is a poem. In part two, he is considering how terrible life would be without his charming wife. Like part one, part two is also a poem and each page is a stand alone poem. Part three is a poem and each page of it is also a stand-alone poem. In this part, he is considering the fact that he has his wife and life is good—so, why worry about it.
The three parts form the book, which is also a stand-alone poem. The logo for part one is a line drawing of the cover. The logo for part three shows a pair of lovers on a path to the farthest horizon. The logo for part three is the lovers with wings. These logos are from the last page of the book, “. . . and down that end-stopped path they walked as lovers walk, matching each the other’s step to the highest horizon, where gracefully naked and inseparably entwined, they took to the heavens like the beautiful butterfly that frees itself and casts its outworn shell aside.”
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