(About a 1 minute read)
The Lunarpoet Blog, by Matthias
You cannot help but wish this young man well. Matthias sees himself as a poet who is, “..searching for the magic sparks in the interspaces, between the cracks of reality”, and it is easy to prove that he is a talented conjurer of that magic.
This is no ordinary poetry blog. Make no mistake about that. Matthias has dedicated himself to the lifelong pursuit of pushing his talents and skills with words as far as they can go — and he might just one day be a voyager to the stars.
Most of his poetry is blank verse of moderate length and can be read in about a minute each. But you might want to spend more time than that, savoring his works. They are good quality poems even when compared to the great, traditional poets of history. Someday, he might be up there among them himself.
This is solely a matter of personal taste, but I think Matthais and Jane Basil are the two best poets that I’ve come across in my surfing of up to 20 blogs a day.
The Lunarpoet blog is dedicated to poetry and publishes no other material than that. Though Matthias’ native language is German, all the poems are in English, and all of them are written in accessible language.
FULL DISCLOSURE: This review was part of an arrangement between Matthias and I to review each other’s blogs. His review of my blog can be found here.