Let Us Break Out These Broken Windows

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Let Us Break Out These Broken Windows surrenders the author's perceptions to the chaos that is the English language. These are poems of existential nudity composed with outlaw lyrics. They do not welcome the easily offended but wish to be cherished by the moist, hot spirits of wild cats, kangaroos, whooping cranes, and other mud-stained creatures who strike apocalyptic fear into the hearts of grownups, responsible leaders and other respectable figures of civilization. These poems desire nothing else than ...
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Overview

Let Us Break Out These Broken Windows surrenders the author's perceptions to the chaos that is the English language. These are poems of existential nudity composed with outlaw lyrics. They do not welcome the easily offended but wish to be cherished by the moist, hot spirits of wild cats, kangaroos, whooping cranes, and other mud-stained creatures who strike apocalyptic fear into the hearts of grownups, responsible leaders and other respectable figures of civilization. These poems desire nothing else than emancipation, whether found through the silk crevice of female anatomies or bootlegged whiskey bottles, trampolines, cigarettes or Cheshire cat smiles in the face of obliteration. All are welcome to help them fight or fly underground, below society's shadows, for their naked liberation. (But, let it be known that, most of these poems prefer to fly and fornicate at the same time.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781492841654
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
  • Publication date: 5/11/2013
  • Pages: 60
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.12 (d)

Meet the Author

A fifth generation Arizonan, Daniel Heller earned his MA in English and Creative Writing from Northern Arizona University in 2007. He travels back and forth from the great American Southwest to the Amish-riddled Midwest every year peddling his nonsense to all strangers and animals willing to listen. One small goal he wishes to achieve in his lifetime is to overthrow the government with the use of art, nudity and laughter. So far, he has not succeeded in doing so. In his spare time between writing and conspiring to unleash chaos on the world by any absurd means possible, he picks up his brushes and attempts to paint canvases expressing anarchistic themes, ideas, and body parts, employing a wide variety of accommodating color schemes to do so. Usually poorly. But never without a hard, delectable stroke.
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