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Hollace M. Metzger
agάpe By Hollace M. Metzger
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A volume of Love, for Lovers. In the spirit of Saint Valentine’s Day and dedicated to the author’s mother and father on the event of their 50th wedding anniversary, ' agάpe [simply... More > love] ' promises to be a unique edition, fully revealing Metzger’s profound romantic side woven throughout and extracted from her six books to date. Often transcribed directly from the eyes and experience of who many have called a romantic existentialist, Metzger’s contemporary perspective is often infused with the sentiment of the troubadour, reflecting that of Chaucer's 14th-Century shift of the religious holiday to a day for romance and courtly love. Comprised of her more positive, hopeful and courtly poems, ' agάpe [simply love] ' exhibits Metzger's fervent belief in, and infallible hope for, the preservation of romantic love in society, spanning 15 years of traveling, observing, and living among different cultures.< Less
OUT | TUO By Hollace M. Metzger
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In the winter of 2012-13 and shortly after receiving her French residency, Metzger left a life she cultivated in Europe and many dreams behind. OUT | TUO follows a five-year journey to recover those... More > dreams, if not see them in a new light and from an altered, coming-of-age perspective. Now characteristic of the author, her Sixth Book of Poetry and Writings leans on existentialist thought to stress the idea of how, in fact, “The only way out is through”, and while living in a land much more foreign than the America and Western Europe she left behind – America, ten years later.< Less
Observing the Labyrinth from Heaven By Hollace M. Metzger
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The first book of poetry by American architect, author and artist Hollace M. Metzger. Metzger was educated in the US, London and Venice, Italy before settling into the New York and Paris arts scenes... More > for the past eight years. Recently, she has been prolific in writing while performing in public salons in New York City and while traveling across Western Europe. In addition to writing, her poetic endeavors include collaborations with composers in the US, UK, Canada, across the EU and Romania.Through words, Observing the Labyrinth's renaissance appeal unfolds, revealing itself mysteriously but with refreshing honesty. It will take you on a journey of mind, space and time travel from the past into the future with transporting descriptions of place, of space and the bitter-sweetness of urban life paired with optimism and deep sensual undertones. Through the Labyrinth, you will find a glimpse into the library of the next generation of poets. [64 poems, 67 b/w photos]< Less
3VOLVE By Hollace M. Metzger
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3VOLVE is a photo-poetic prospectus suggesting Man's responsibility to shape social evolution away from the habits of the Information Age, to better communicate, to touch and be touched. Introduced... More > by a visit to the French Embassy of New York after years lived in Paris, fast-forwarded to relocation in Reims, France - setting the backdrop for Metzger’s first exposure as a contemporary poet in-love, through a whirlwind of contemplation to sudden life change, paused by a spirit altering road trip across Ireland, twice, and ending with a graceful bow of gratitude in Paris. 3VOLVE displays Metzger’s ability to dig profoundly into social, political and existentialist philosophies, to question and adjust readers' perspective by providing alternative viewpoints. Sensitively reading human emotion while highly conscious of her environment, Metzger prolongs moments, inhales existence, then writes in deep, steady exhales which are meditative, sensual and intimate.< Less
3VOΓVE By Hollace M. Metzger
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3VOLVE is a photo-poetic prospectus suggesting Man's responsibility to shape social evolution away from the habits of the Information Age, to better communicate, to touch and be touched. Introduced... More > by a visit to the French Embassy of New York after years lived in Paris, fast-forwarded to relocation in Reims, France - setting the backdrop for Metzger’s first exposure as a contemporary poet in-love, through a whirlwind of contemplation to sudden life change, paused by a spirit altering road trip across Ireland, twice, and ending with a graceful bow of gratitude in Paris. 3VOLVE displays Metzger’s ability to dig profoundly into social, political and existentialist philosophies, to question and adjust readers' perspective by providing alternative viewpoints. Sensitively reading human emotion while highly conscious of her environment, Metzger prolongs moments, inhales existence, then writes in deep, steady exhales which are meditative, sensual and intimate.< Less
Transcriptions of Time By Hollace M. Metzger
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The Collected Poetic Works of Hollace M. Metzger . . Volumes I-IV, 164 poems, 70 b/w photos . . . Observing the Labyrinth from Heaven, Vol.I, 37 poems (New York & Brooklyn) & Vol.II, 25 poems... More > (Dublin, Venice, Treviso, Junas, Athens, Piraeus, London, Glasgow & Edinburgh) . . Transcriptions of Time, Vol.III, 82 poems (Paris) & Vol.IV, 20 poems (Normandy, Toulouse, Minervois, Stuttgart, Karlsrhue, Mannheim, Belgium & Lille) ASIN# B004JCCGI4< Less
Eternal Story By Hollace M. Metzger
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The Fourth book of poetry by Metzger, ETERNAL STORY draws from memory to address the present and visualize a timeline into the future - no longer a solitary individual’s lifetime but that of... More > others, of man, earth and, at times, the universe. Characteristic of Metzger's intimate descriptions of experiences, she now offers neither an idealized vision ignoring hardship nor an overburdened reality containing no air from which to inhale a dream.< Less
Why the Willow By Hollace M. Metzger
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'Why the WilloW' is the third book of poems by American author Hollace M. Metzger, released after her premiere public exposition in Paris as a multi-artist. This Fifth Volume of poetry reveals the... More > author's newer tendancy towards "Looking Down to See Up" in both its imagery and reflective, rhythmic and often experimental use of language. This collection of poems has never been released in print or digital media. [70 poems; 64 b/w photographs]< Less
Observing the Labyrinth from Heaven, Vols. I & II By Hollace M. Metzger
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The first book of poetry by American architect, author and artist Hollace M. Metzger. Metzger was educated in the US, London and Venice, Italy before settling into the New York and Paris arts scenes... More > for the past eight years. Recently, she has been prolific in writing while performing in public salons in New York City and while traveling across Western Europe. In addition to writing, her poetic endeavors include collaborations with composers in the US, UK, Canada, across the EU and Romania.Through words, Observing the Labyrinth's renaissance appeal unfolds, revealing itself mysteriously but with refreshing honesty. It will take you on a journey of mind, space and time travel from the past into the future with transporting descriptions of place, of space and the bitter-sweetness of urban life paired with optimism and deep sensual undertones. Through the Labyrinth, you will find a glimpse into the library of the next generation of poets. [64 poems, 67 b/w photos] ASIN# B004J6QAJ6< Less
Eternal Story By Hollace M. Metzger
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The Fourth book of poetry by Metzger, ETERNAL STORY draws from memory to address the present and visualize a timeline into the future - no longer a solitary individual’s lifetime but that of... More > others, of man, earth and, at times, the universe. Characteristic of Metzger's intimate descriptions of experiences, she now offers neither an idealized vision ignoring hardship nor an overburdened reality containing no air from which to inhale a dream.< Less