Norman Hollow’s book “Nor” is a collection of powerful rhyme-driven poetry.

Staten Island, Aug 12, 2019 ( – Norman Hollow’s “Nor”: a gripping and potent collection of rhyme driven poetry. From the quantum elements of life to far-out thoughts, with a middle ground to reflect each side begins a voyage initialled with the lengthened poem titled “In Dust Decayed” where patterns may shatter minds in opposition of the conventional, common commentary. Progressing while dwindling in an oxymoronic fashion, “Nor” comes to a conclusive end with “Art Attracts” in which high-end thoughts come with mind-bending cover costs and all-inclusive jars of time sand discovered, inscribed with less than 36 words combined.

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Norman Hollow’s exceptionally luminous composition of poetry is a must-read. Hollow’s provides rhyme-driven poetry inserted into 95 original poems. Displayed within is a masterful exhibit of complexity through simplicity arranged in such ways that at times can (and will) befuddle the ordinary mind. Intertwined subjects ranging from mysticism, love, life and the hereafter, physicality, duality in good and evil to the existence of God, coupled with a humbling presentation of writer Norman Hollow’s introspective outlook deduced through such topics.
Hollow shares, “Designed with the likeness of a mathematical formula, architecturally precise in its placement, is a city constructed with language confounded by word configuration depicting conceptual rhymes of morality and mortality as well as an aerobatic show of linguistic similes, metaphors, and analogous dots connected. Norman Hollow exuberantly assimilates philosophy and rhythm in ways rarely seen in the literary world, artistically as passionately and with fine focused meticulousness.” Readers who wish to experience this gripping work can purchase “Nor” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

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