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Sunday, 15 July 2012
Poetry is Dead, but Living is Not by Jay Hobbs
Within the book is a huge variety a poems starting with life, love and death, which are typically traditional themes of poetry, it then moves on to Religious inspired poems and then concludes in the third section with a mixture of traditional and religious poems.
I liked the whole collection, as I said it was very thought provoking and my favourite has to be "When I died alive"
Disclaimer - I was provided with a free copy in exchange for an honest review.