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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite
Saven "Con-A" Watts is back with book seven and he’s holding nothing back. In this collection by Saven "Con-A" Watts, the reader will see as before his authenticity, reflection, truth, and exposure of urban living. With each body of work from this author, you will see how he evolves in his maturity and writing. Each poem displays a reflection of not only the transition of who he is now but you may see yourself as you read about life within urban communities. In this book of poems, the reader will experience seven poems; seven means completion. The author has paid his dues by continually creating poetry for the soul. You will see the author breathe life into poems such as Done Had Enough, Come to Confess, and 7even as he discusses boundaries, relationships, and spiritual connections. What’s special about this book is that he uses the word ‘7even as his first name throughout the book to celebrate his seven years of being a poetic writer.
I found it clever to use this pseudonym, 7even, within this book to reflect his accomplishments and to remind the reader of such. In the poem, 7even, you are taken on a journey into the evolution of Saven "Con-A" Watts and the creation of this name. Feeling the passion, expression, and transparency in this book of poems was refreshing. Anyone that enjoys listening to, feeling, and hearing words would enjoy this body of work. As before, Saven "Con-A" Watts summarizes each poem with a special quote at the end of each poem. This author has a variety of poetry that you can enjoy and tell others about.