Risalah Waktu PENULIS: Deni Purnomo ISBN: 978-602-443-610-0 Penerbit : Guepedia Publisher Ukuran : 14 x 21 cm Tebal : 72 halaman Sinopsis: Kumpulan puisi Risalah Waktu adalah suatu ungkapan hati seorang penulis yang tertuang dalam bentuk puisi dari tahun 2017 hingga tahun 2018. Dari kerisauan, kesedihan, bayangan, serta khayal dan bahagia tertuang indah di dalamnya. Bahkan semuanya terbingkai oleh tema-tema yang berbeda antara satu dengan yang lainnya. Isinya berupa 50 puisi yang diambil dari akun sosial media milik penulis. Puisi-puisi di dalamnya siap membawa pembaca hanyut pada arus perasa. Bukan hanya itu, Risalah Waktu juga adalah sebuah surat yang terkemas dalam balutan majas dan permainan diksi penulis, sedang tinta yang ia gunakan adalah sebuah kepekaan hati dan sketsa yang tergambar oleh mata. Risalah Waktu juga adalah sebuah narasi yang ditemukan pada setiap langkah perjalanan penulis, baik di ranah rantau ataupun kelahirannya. Dari pengalaman, hingga sebuah curhatan seorang teman. Dari publik, hingga privasi. Email : guepedia@gmail•com WA di 081287602508 Happy shopping & reading Enjoy your day, guys
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