This poetry series by Sami St. Nicholas consists of three books and is titled Betwixt Heaven and Hell, named after a poem in the series.
The poem evokes life on Earth as a seesaw on a continuum teetering between good and bad, young and old, rich and poor. The implication is that life is a balance between heaven and hell, the symbolic ideation of teetering between good things and bad things.
It’s impossible to be an impartial bystander to the joy, pain, love, and laughter found in Relationships ; or to not be transformed, transfixed, or perhaps even repelled by the spiritual views in Heaven and Hell; and thoroughly entertained by the assortment of musings on other aspects of life in This and That.
Also available is Favorites a collection of favorites chosen from the three books in the series.