Anthony Briscoe’s Drops of Ink has a voice for the broken, the depressed, the spiritual, the forgotten, the hopeful, the political, and most of all, the human.
The evolution of poetry is evolving into free prose as captured in this work. Each riveting section tells its own story of triumph through spiritual growth, brotherhood, sisterhood, life, spirituality, and personal life reflections. Drops of Ink is a must for every library and school curriculum to help reveal the blind spots that prohibit young people from reaching their potential.
“I Miss You” is for every adult black man still wrestling with the absence of a father since childhood. How he chronicles stages of his life through personal, heartfelt letters to his father will cause men to reflect and acknowledge either their pain or their own absence as a father in the lives of their child and what their children can be subject to with them in their life. The experience is heart wrenching and riveting.
Be prepared to be blessed and free.