Sonnets, Vol. IV (Signed Copy)
Paperback: 60 pages
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Description: Volume IV in a four-volume series of sonnets. Written in the traditional English sonnet form, Scott Alexander McKenzie addresses modern interpretations of attraction, longing, marriage, life, God, and more. Using the rhyming scheme ABAB CDCD EFEF GG first introduced in the mid-16th Century by the Earl of Surrey, Sonnets (Volume IV,) is a collection of McKenzie's best works in sonnet form.
Evident within is his mastery of language, the ease with which he employs the sonnet, and a dynamic palette of emotion, lamentation, affection, introspection, rapier wit, romance, honor, wisdom, and unabashed patriotism. McKenzie's sonnets are vibrant and relevant. Like his predecessors, his words are selected with precision and allow the reader to value the form in which they are placed.