There is no greater feeling than love, but no greater pain than love lost; two extremes on the same spectrum. James Christianson offers a realists view on the torment of life through his cynical analyses of human nature and sociology through aesthetically descriptive poetry. Knowing that pain is a natural part of life makes evil easier to handle when you are reminded that you are not alone.
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About the Author
James Christianson was born in Southern Oregon. As a natural born analytic, James found a great interest in people watching and searching for answers to human behavior. A confusing life full of lost love and tormenting relationships, the best outlet was to organize disturbing thoughts through writing.
James Christianson has been published in many multiple author compilations and featured on a professionally read Compact Disc. With many more books on their way, it was time to branch out on his own. He holds the firm belief that the "starving artists and starving authors" are the creators of the free world exercising their constitutional rights and offering an escape from the mundane and repetitive daily patterns by offering new views on life's circumstances.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This collection of poems is eerie and dark, yet the writing is beautiful and smooth. Love it!
Its explores the mind of a very depressed man who seems to shut out everything, including the love of his life. The poems are very well written. A few grammatical errors but they're barely noticiable. He grabs you from the very first poem. It's a wonderful book and I recommend it.
Wonder, gripping poems.
An occasioal line or two will stand out. Beyond that, high school level rubbish. JD
Was not my cup of tea.