How Would the Definition of Humanity Change if Time Did Not Exist?

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Howard Bernstein's new book is a collection of lyric poetry that explores humanity’s relationship with time.

Time: We will never have enough of it, and we will never fully understand it.

Time: We will never have enough of it, and we will never fully understand it.

Recommended by US Review of Books, “All Simple Things But Time” by Howard Bernstein is a journey through the old world and the new. This collection of lyric poetry weaves short, yet engaging poems together to tell a philosophical, thought-provoking story about humanity’s relationship with time.

The reader follows mythic protagonist Norgood (also known as N. G. Flake) as he travels through time and place. From Roman Gods to Ludwig Van Beethoven to modern day social media, the reader takes a close look at how society has evolved over time.

Bernstein’s new collection of poetry inspires valuable contemplation and quiet reflection, for poetry fans and literary lovers alike.

All Simple Things But Time by Howard Bernstein
Paperback, $9.10
e-Book, $3.99
ISBN: 978-1-49073-355-5
Available at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and Trafford.bookstore.com.

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Howard Bernstein follows his mythic hero Norgood’s (also known as N. G. Flake) travels in the old world and new. Whether Norgood visits the classical Greek and Roman gods of wine or our present moment in time of Twitter and tweets, he woos his dreams. Though often wooed and seldom won, they excite his continued journey.

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