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The Disaster that is Emotion

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It’s believed that a poem is just an emotion fighting to define itself. With over eighty poems, this title covers the vastness that is human emotion. There are incredible tales of darkness and light, as well as dramatic accounts of life-changing moments. There are poems about intense passion and true love, as well as poems of devastating sadness and relentless anger. With ...more
Paperback, 96 pages
Published October 2006 by PublishAmerica
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Pascal Lacroix
Jan 27, 2012 Pascal Lacroix rated it did not like it
The author has visions of grandiose here, but really fails to take the book in any cohesive direction. The order of the poems appears to have been decided by throwing darts at a board. What starts off as a promising journey soon crashes and burns. The herky-jerky journey ultimately leaves the reader unfulfilled and disappointed with what could have been. The book leaves one feeling like they were just stuck up at gun point and had all their valuables such as time and effort taken from them and t ...more
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