Jonathan Finch
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Pages: 90

This is the second book in the series "Poems People Liked". The poems were previously published mainly in small-magazine format. Liked and chosen by independent editors, some were also highly commended. They are dedicated to people who don't feel free and to expats the world over. Like the first volume, the poems explore nature, mortality, emotion, creativity, imprisonment, deviance and endless device. They work on words in right places which attempt to make sense of a confusing array of conflicting experiences in a world where the blacks, the whites, and the greys really are mingling and intermingling with sunrises and sunsets of bafflinglyly conflicting colour where day's time really is a hotchpotch to be recreated beautifully, the poet hopes. The poems are in two parts. Part A is "The poison that leads to suicide" and Part B is "Living". Part A deals with suicidal impulses and highly ...
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