From Across the Ocean Blue – Reading

One of my personal favourites, and pertinent at this time.







From Across the Ocean Blue

From across the ocean blue,
I’ll always come to you
By land, by sea, by air
To my love most fair

And when I finally get there
How I did I’ll no longer care
Once I’m back there with you
There is nothing we cannot do

I’ll kiss those lips so sweet
And wrap you in my arms
Hold you tight for always
Until the end of days.

The new hardcover edition of ANTIPHONY was released on April 25, 2014 and reviewers are hailing it as a modern classic:

A great book well worth looking at. Check out the excellent reviews it has received.

Luminis Books


“Antiphony is a book so eloquent and brilliant that it requires time—that precious entity few seem to have saved for exploration of the arts—to explore this obvious treasure. It is related to the great works of literature—James Joyce, T.S. Eliot, Virginia Woolf, Solzhenitsyn, Dante Alighieri, Roberto Bolaño, Tolstoy, Proust, Kazantzakis, Kafka, Melville, and Conrad are a few that come to mind.” “Katsaropoulos’s grasp of physics is astonishing as is his ability to phrase theory in a manner comfortably decipherable. His deep entrenchment in literature and in music blossoms on the pages frequently. His grasp of the manifold variations of human relationships breathes of psychology breeding with philosophy. But most of all it is the serene beauty of his writing that mesmerizes and results in starting the book again once finished that proves this is a man of letters who has an enormous gift and future.”

—Grady Harp, Amazon Top 10…

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