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Long gone are the days of fine gentlemen in lace collars, penning in the King's English, stories of bravery and altruism. In the modern era we are barraged with schlock and ponderous formulaic writings designed more to create sales than to expouse ideals. Fortunately, not everyone with ideals and a sense of honor is long dead. Michael Thomas is a throwback to a different time in that he writes romantically about everything. He is living proof that there is a place in this day and age for literary heroism, goodness, agape, history and honor. In this volume of poetry, Michael is a bit more introspective and explores what makes a man "good" and why a good man should be kind to everyone, even bad people. It is a refreshing break from people who are "All about ME and my writing."
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About the Author
Michael G. Thomas is a CPA residing and working in Canton and Ann Arbor, Michigan who is best described as a warm and cuddly curmudgeon. He has been writing for decades, primarily poetry and short stories, but has a love of plays and theatre. Mostly, he defies description, not because he is nondescript, but because the proper words have not been invented. Those who know him well will tell you he is well worth knowing, and that is the best biography one can have.