sour cream and vinegar: when milk and honey are not enough

sour cream and vinegar is a collection of poems that take confessionalism into an unorthodox literary marriage with imagism. the deplorable poet brings a unique poetic format that allows the reader to set their own rhythm while being engaged with each poem. Realism takes the threshold over idealism, which in return unmasks the façade of “milk and honey,” and allows the audience to accept that, at times, life is truly more like “sour cream and vinegar.”