Reflections on the Golden River
by Jack Wolf
Jack Wolf's poems are products of a life rich in experiences of war, love and renunciation, amid many of the world's diverse seasons and horizons. He ... Show synopsis Jack Wolf's poems are products of a life rich in experiences of war, love and renunciation, amid many of the world's diverse seasons and horizons. He has studied the old and new masters, especially those of his twentieth century, then expressed his own unique poetic voice. His rare lyrical gift, and his ability to paint simple and complex pictures with words, suggest his other great talent: to paint with brushes. -- John K. Cooley, American foreign correspondent and author. Wolf's poetry samples the dreams of a young boy, the ever changing scenes of maturity, and the realizations of our later years. Each is a fresh and entertaining look at the times of our lives. -- Harry L. Sandberg, Retired Research Director from McDonnell-Douglas Aircraft Company. Getting to know Jack "The Professor" was like finding a hidden treasure of talent, wit, and wisdom. A great storyteller, when he puts his thoughts into verse, he takes you from the peaceful countryside into quiet suburbia and into the bustling cities. What an incredible journey! -- Alan Ramsay, bass guitarist with Joey T and The Formula band. This book, Reflections on the Golden River -- A jewel. Precisely cut. Finely set. -- SilverStar, Cherokee Nation.