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The Purple and Blue Collection of Poems: Volumes I and II (1982-1998)
     

The Purple and Blue Collection of Poems: Volumes I and II (1982-1998)

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by Michael B. Thomas
 
The Purple and Blue Collection of Poems is an amazing ride through the growth of a mind with startling views on religion, sex, death, life and etc. Volumes I and II (1982-1998) The Purple and Blue Collection of Poems is not the arcane and confusing babble that the American public has become accustomed to hearing about—and they hear about it because no one can

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The Purple and Blue Collection of Poems is an amazing ride through the growth of a mind with startling views on religion, sex, death, life and etc. Volumes I and II (1982-1998) The Purple and Blue Collection of Poems is not the arcane and confusing babble that the American public has become accustomed to hearing about—and they hear about it because no one can honestly read the stuff. This poetry is not fluff, flowers, and, old Grecian powers, either. It is poetry that is not complicated on the surface, but very deep in its implications and representations of American society as seen through the eyes of someone who has been a careful observer. The Purple and Blue Collection of Poems is about a real person in a real place who doesn't always seem to know what's going on, but is willing to try and make sense of life.

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ISBN-13:
9780595165339
Publisher:
iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date:
01/28/2001
Edition description:
2 Volumes-in-One Edition
Pages:
372
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.83(d)

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The Purple and Blue Collection of Poems: Volumes I and II (1982-1998) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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This collection of poems has its weaknesses. Some of the poems were written during the poet's youth and the emotional lack of poetic control is evident, but these moments of weakness do not hamper the originality or the sense of fun. Though many poems contain serious discussion on such subjects as Christianity and loss of religion, a sense of energy and vitality is never lost. First-time and inexperienced readers of poetry will find that these poems are easily relatable and experienced poetry readers will find a surprising depth of understanding even in the simplest poems. This book is recommended for all people who enjoy life and even for those who aren't enjoying life because the poet's unique and inspiring vision of life is uplifting to everyone.