A luminous poetry collection from the widow of George Harrison to mark the twentieth year since his passing, Came the Lighting is a lyrical love letter to a partner in life and a celebration of human connection, adorned with photographs and special mementoes.
'Here on the shore, twenty years later, my message in a bottle has reached dry land. Words about our life, his death but mostly love and our journey to the end.' - Olivia Harrison
Olivia Harrison presents Came the Lightening, a book of twenty poems dedicated to George, marking the twentieth year since his passing.
As a contributor to the book Concert for George, the revised edition of I Me Mine, and George Harrison: Living in the Material World, Olivia is no stranger to writing beautiful words that have an ethereal connection to love.
These poems are accompanied by a selection of photographs and mementos curated by Olivia, including pictures of herself and George.
Came the Lightening sees Olivia reflect upon her life with George, examining the intimacy of the emotional bond in their relationship through a memorable series of poems. She delves into the phenomenon of losing a partner and the passage of time.
In essence, this is a story of love.
Publisher: Genesis Publications
Number of pages: 104
Dimensions: 220 x 145 mm
'Olivia evokes the most fleeting gestures and instants, plucked from the flow of time and memory and felt through her choice of words and the overall rhythm... she might have done an oral history or a memoir. Instead, she composed a work of poetic autobiography.' - Martin Scorsese
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