Paul Lenzi's City of Pawns (2nd Edition) PDF

By Paul Lenzi

urban of Pawns is a suite of poetry and haiku written over the past few years. many of the poems are written in unfastened verse sort, with no rhyme or punctuation. a bunch have lately seemed within the author’s web publication “Poesy plus Polemics” at poesypluspolemics.com.

Tangential topics of this quantity are available within the conceptual intersections of items city, political, old and mawkish, usually drawn from the author’s own reviews. by means of layout, there isn't any bankruptcy or topic team constitution. really, those poems are awarded eclectically, permitting the reader a wide-ranging event inside of even quite a few pages, a lot as they have been conceived.

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