Time Capsule by Ideas with Ink

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Life became His Poetry. Poetry became His Life. Captivating Poetry and Prose collection by 16-year-old Canadian teenager.

The pain, the betrayal, lost friendships, first unrequited love bled from his soul, seeped through his fingers and into the words and sentences on a laptop. The images born in his mind lived on paper. Three years of poetry filled with despair and hope went into this book and were conserved as the time capsule of his teenagehood.

Time Capsule is a poetic journey about various aspects of life, written by Ideas with Ink. Separated into different categories, such as Existence, Odes, Dreams, Questions, Answers, Love and more, the visualization created by each poem is incredible, reaching into the innermost portion of your soul. The earthly tones depict Nature, and all of its incredible gifts bestowed upon us, as beautiful,gentle and tranquil, yet fierce and ever-hungering. Many images and scenarios are created beautifully within these pages,which are so elegant yet so descriptive. Ideas with Ink has delved intoeach vast corner of one’s mind, and the resultant prose and poetry create mental illustrations which are so stunning … yet so tragic. Time Capsule is eloquent, heart-warming and emotional, and recommend it to readers who ponder on the depth and meaning of one’s existence.

Poems and Flash Fiction by Ideas with Ink



  • Paperback: 188 pages
  • Publisher: 101 Panya Publishing (April 5, 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1-988880-01-3
  • ISBN-13: 978-1-988880-01-3

Life became His Poetry. Poetry became His Life. Original poetry and prose by sixteen-year-old Canadian teenager. The wonderful images and exceptional depth of the topics give a reader an amazing path to explore love, death, dreams and life itself through the eyes and soul of a modern teen.

Poems and Flash Fiction by Ideas with Ink

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Weight 1 lbs

One thought on “Time Capsule by Ideas with Ink

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    Reviewed By Barbara Fanson for Readers’ Favorite
    Wow. From the first page, I can sense the emotion, the dreams, the surroundings, and the soul of a teenager who is wise beyond his years. Time Capsule is the first book of poetry and prose for this publishing company. The imagery and depth that goes into the thoughts are colorful, insightful, and intense. Ideas with Ink has published a wonderful book that other teenagers and adults will enjoy reading. The author uses a lot of analogies such as comparing his life to a party on a boat, but now he can’t tell north from south, or right from wrong, or friends from foe. There are several comparisons to day and night, freedom and fight.

    Time Capsule is full of original poetry and snippets from the author’s last three years. I think Stroke is one of my favorites—a colorful ecstasy and how colors can have different effects. The Child’s Decalogue also has some wonderful lines such as: “As a child I had money, courage but no freedom, now I have no money, some courage but an endless sea of freedom.” Very profound. He even includes some poems that have been translated into Spanish or French. The book is organized by topic including existence, odes, dreams, questions, answers, love, sonnets, somewhat historic, and flash fiction. Readers will be mesmerized by the flash fiction story The Call of the Sea; this short story is very well written. The flash fiction story A Statue Through Time shows us another side to the author, as the story is relatable and heartfelt. The Firework and the Candle both have a short life, but are both used to commemorate an event; however, one is happy and one is not. Time Capsule is an interesting collection of poetry and short stories that teens and adults will find insightful.

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