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The Sound of Scampering

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Author Dainon Moody is a self-proclaimed wanderer on the fabled road of life. In The Sound of Scampering, his first collection of poetry, Moody explores the unique world around him through verse rich in imagery and sensory detail extracted from his life experiences over the course of more than twenty years.

While many of Moody's poems cover relatable subjects, such as lost
Published November 13th 2012 by iUniverse
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Nov 13, 2013 Miranda rated it really liked it
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After devouring the first section of this compilation nearly a year ago, drawn by the heading of a place in which I now live, I put the book aside. What a shame that I waited so long to pick it up again.

There is, throughout the entire collection, a note of sadness. A pang that binds those who have experienced the ache of early loss or know the truth of a Sunday afternoon. But the sorrow serves purpose. Where Moody weaves in joyful parts in unexpected places. Creating a sense of complicated and
Sep 17, 2015 Delanie rated it it was amazing
I absolutely love this collection! Everyday events become by turns hilarious and nostalgic, and all of it done with an ease that only a truly gifted poet manages. I love Sound of Scampering the same way I love Billy Collins' work. It RESONATES, even if its subject matter is something completely outside the sphere of experience of the reader. I can't recommend this highly enough as a welcome addition to any poetry shelf.
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Dainon Moody earned his bachelor's degree in Journalism from Utah State University. He's a freelance writer who has been known to play Neil Young's Harvest record loudly at three o' clock in the morning. Dainon currently resides in Orlando.
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