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  • Posted March 22, 2012

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    A Must Read

    Travis is incredibly well versed and adds great depth to the wide realm of topics in his poetry. His witty yet somber tones in the book gives the reader nothing short of entertainment, and a good reality check that we are all vastly different, yet the same. Keep a box of tissues nearby as one minute you will be thrown into laughter, the next in sobbing tears, then back to laughter, with a little contemplation in between.

    I am hoping that we the readers will see more of Naught's work in the near future.

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  • Posted February 26, 2012

    An Inspired Read!

    What I love about poetry is the ability it has to make its readers 'feel' something in a few stanzas. It causes you to stop and ponder the world around you. And that it allows you into the soul of the poet to sense their wants, desires and even frustrations is the mark of wonderful writing. That is what Mr. Naught has done with his collection in this book. Split up in sections of Life, Love and the World, Naught takes his readers to places with a fresh perspective of each of those elements. I'm aware the book says the poet wants readers to forget his disability and at times you can. But that image of this man in a wheelchair is never far from your mind as you read his incredible take on so many different situations. While the author says his book is meant for mature eyes - he should not apologize for his honest and raw take on the world. It is after all a world very few of us can comprehend; but for a moment he allows us to sit in his place through his words.

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