Silent Thoughts from the Active Mind
“A pleasant dream, a nightmare or a premonition, will leave memories in our thoughts and questions in our minds, with the will to interpret the experience…”
The aforementioned excerpt from “Sleepless Mind” is part of Hubert Malcom’s body of work titled, Silent Thoughts from the Active Mind.
His book is sixty-seven poems canvasing one hundred sixty pages that painterly portray Malcom’s philosophy. The selected works are a prose style accompanied by vignettes.
“Sweet Island Paradise” is one of those vignettes where you feel the fertile ground Malcom walks and talks about: “A land so beautiful and sweet with hypnotic reggae music with a pulsating beat that keeps you mellow and happy. That’s my land, your land, our sweet island paradise.”
Hubert Malcom’s book, Silent Thoughts from the Active Mind, is the author’s examination and experience of life with an intimate outlook that inclusively welcomes everyone.