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Pocket Lint

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"Pocket Lint" is Arik Bjorn's first book of verse.

From the author's introduction:

"Language is my love. What if I weaved words through an abstract loom, and the aesthetic result resembled Babar hanging from a bent steel crane? That is the risk of poetry--of sin.

"I have no idea whether my poetry is good or bad, whether it’s worth the while of any reader. I know accomplished
Paperback, 90 pages
Published February 23rd 2018 by Viking Word
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Mar 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Poetry that seems autobiographical and first person your own experience, although I don't believe I was ever tempted to drop a book of philosophy in a roach while sitting on the can.
I can elephants were harmed in the writing of this book of verse.
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Arik Bjorn is a novelist, essayist, and poet, but most of all, a dedicated father. He enjoys French silk pie as well as a quality shot of bourbon. His writing explores such themes as the Problem of Pain and building Civilization--or at least humanity's efforts to-date.

He has eight books available on on Goodreads and Amazon, including his first novel, "The Prodigal" (2020). "The Prodigal" took 25 y

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