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Lost in the labyrinth of my mind

4.63  ·  Rating details ·  8 ratings  ·  5 reviews
A collection of poems about nature, love, and life in general.
Kindle Edition, 138 pages
Published January 9th 2016
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Robbie Cheadle
Feb 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I have to state right up front that I love the style and flow of Kevin Morris’ poetry. There is something about how Kevin writes that seems to captures the true heart of poetry and it is a pleasure to read his poems.

I have read other poetry books by Kevin Morris and they have been lovely reading experiences but this particular volume really appealed to me. Perhaps because the poems in this book are slightly darker and highlight the more secretive, devious and hidden side of human nature and also
Zainab Sheikh
May 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Thanks to the author for sending me this book in exchange for an honest review.
I never read poetry books much. Well, honestly, this is the first time I have read any poetry book and it was an incredible experience.

The fact that I admire the most is that the poet has not limited himself to only one category but he has discussed life, sorrow, nature, and even humor can be found out in different places.

If you're one of those who want to get into poetry then I must recommend you to pick this book
Jan 16, 2016 rated it really liked it
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This is the 3rd collection of poems I've read by K. Morris, and with that comes a little weight. Obviously, I must like this writer's work to continue reading it, but surely there must be an expiry date for such great writing; one day I am sure to find a book by K. Morris that I do not enjoy.

Well, frankly, that day is not today.

Honestly, I think K. Morris may be a fountain of constant inspiration and depth - his writing is beautiful, an
Victoria Zigler
Jan 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This is the third collection of poems I’ve read by this author. No matter how hard you try not to, you always come to expect a certain something from an author you’ve read a couple of books by. This was the case with me when I agreed to read and review this book. And, you know what? I was not in the least disappointed. The poems in this book are often thought provoking, and always a pleasure to read. The poems “Early Morning Walk” and “Hey Diddle Diddle For Modern Times” were my favourites, with ...more
Annette Rochelle Aben
Aug 23, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I am so happy to have a copy of this book. Author. Kevin Morris, has such capture of the world around him and uses his command of words to craft poetry that stimulates the senses. One of the poems in this volume, spoke to me specifically. Autumn Breeze made me smile, as I am an autumn born, baby and that time of year always makes me smile. Congratulations, K. Morris, on a most delightful, though provoking book that I shall read again and again.
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I was born in Liverpool on 6 January 1969, a year best known of course for my birth. Well no actually it is better known for the moon landings which certain
peculiar conspiracy theorists still maintain never took place (the moon landings that is, not my birth!).

One of my earliest recollections is of eating roast dinners, on Saturday in British Home Stores with my grandfather. Although cooked in the