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This is Mr. Siluk's 27th book, his third book of poetry, since l981. Siluk's poetry has been seen in magazines (most recently: "The Mango Tree" (out of India)), anthologies, newspapers, books, interwoven into stories, and in the internet magazines such as www.useless-knowledge.com and www.eldritchdark.com. Siluk has the three main ingredients for being a writer: the love for words, perseverance, and has a lot to say. In "The Macabre Poems," the categories of his poems range from: Macabre, Prose, Legends (emphasis on Atlantis and Gilgamesh), and Selected Poems, along with War poems and a Miscellaneous section. There is an assortment of poetic style of poetry in "The Macabre Poems," to include: prose, lyrical, expressive, odes, epics and tales; along with sonnets, haiku, etcetera. Indeed Siluk is worth his salt. In "The Macabre Poems," Siluk is more than daring in his poetic verse; dangerous as it may be to read, it was twice as hard to write, but Mr. Siluk put it in a nutshell: "If you want to know who you're dealing with, you got to take a muster-seed of faith with you to the pits of hell; playing it safe will not get you home." Rosa Penaloza Translator