Through the mind's eye Lydia Kwa charts the path of the stranger in a new land, the immigrant seeking escape, and transformation from the suffering of the past. Sinuous is a journey toward self-realization and acknowledgest that through the fiery trials of life it is possible to find renewed strength and purpose for the future....
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It's an odd sensation, wanting to quote this book back at itself instead of reviewing it. The lines that ricochet from one side of my brain to the other: "Someone I could bruise with my hands, if I still had them." [...] "I imagine each body I have stroked and rejected, until the//memories ache at my wrists." [...] "Light and air, before any reason to forget the beauty of//apricots." Here we find haunting lines that tell the story of dispossession by immigration; broken tales of torture and torment from countries known before; reflections on 9/11. I will return to finish this review...
I love Lydia's poetry. it is so sensuous and visceral. It awakes your appetites.In this collection I also loved the poems that obviously came out of her work in counselling.