Louisa Punt-Fouche has compiled a collection of poems that celebrate the many voices of humanity, from polemics and rallying cries to lyrics, philosophy, and contemplations about the progressive entrapment of the human soul in the twenty-first century.
Her poems are provocative explorations of the neglect and deconstruction of the feminine principle, the struggle of creative fires to survive, the steely shadows of post-modernism that alienate individual freedom and the ability to wake up and show up in the vast open spaciousness of the present – in which a fence around silence is wisdom.
The poems in On the Fence of Fears elucidate ideas, protest, vision, change and truth.
Nestled in the spacious embrace of the sunset’s arm, beneath a canopy of aimless wandering amid a hundred trillion synapses, the ultimate question arises – where am I? Scintillating through the cosmos.