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Fragile body and the world around me delves into my subconscious but then conscious mind. It is about the long-fought battles with chronic diseases that many never come to see or understand. It has brought me some great success in love and also some great loss.
Then it opened my eyes to the rest of the world’s struggles, the pain and loss that many suffer from in silence w
Kindle Edition, 129 pages
Published February 17th 2019 by PublishNation
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Aug 12, 2019 rated it really liked it
An honest and optimistic collection of poetry about Multiple Sclerosis.

Fragile body and the world around me by D. Green is a book of poetry that candidly portrays one man’s life while living with Multiple Sclerosis. He writes of love, loss, and the daily struggles with a chronic, debilitating illness. Each poem touches on expected and unexpected side effects of M.S. with authenticity, awareness, and most importantly, hope. The poems are honest and optimistic despite all that MS has tried to dest
Aug 18, 2019 rated it really liked it
I won this book as part of a giveaway in another website. Many thanks to the author and publisher. This is an honest review.

I really enjoyed reading about the author’s struggle with MS through his poetry. It gave me a great insight as to what it is like to live with a degenerative disease. Very powerful.
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D. Green should be highly encouraged by this work. Not only has he published a full collection, but he produced one which has a purpose.

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