Zimbabwean poet Billy Chapata provides a thought-provoking take on the universal experiences of love, pain, and what comes next through messages of empowerment. This collection of poetry and prose will justify heartache and inspire the fortitude to survive and prosper.
Chameleon Aura presents a harmonious blend of experience and advice through a chaptered series of prose and poetry that focuses on shared experiences in love and loss. Emboldened words and phrases capture the essence of the author's message and distinguish his unique style. Chapata's touching narrative celebrates humanity for their biological resilience and undeniable worth. This collection leaves readers warm with hope for growth, rebirth, and, most prominently, self-acceptance.
|Publisher:||Andrews McMeel Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||4.90(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.80(d)|
About the Author
Billy Chapata is a Zimbabwean writer, author, and creative based in Atlanta, Georgia. Billy's work aims to touch on the concepts of love, healing, connections, and growth, through poetry, storytelling, and narrative. Writing came into his life as a means of sustenance, self-love, and empowerment: Billy writes to heal, he writes to grow, he writes to survive. His poetically infused words, memorable lessons, and bittersweet experiences have become a point of resonance and comfort for many across the world.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Chameleon Aura is divided into five parts: Cerulean with 64 poems; Amaranth with 67; 66 in Mikado; Viridian has 67; and only one poem is in Metamorphosis. Out of the 265 poems in this book, I only like almost 22% or 57 of the affirmations included. No, the rest in this anthology isn't bad; I just think that those 57 poems stood out from the rest. Even though I found that some of the content is quite similar or repetitive, it's not a big factor not to like this collection. It is recommended and marketable to millennials and gen y audience because they will appreciate this kind of poetry book as the poems are short, relatable and easy to comprehend.