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When you're a troubled soul with inner peace as your lifelong goal, and you manage to make it back from hell, PANCAKES FOR BREAKFAST is a good idea. Multiply addicted, the author is now in his thirty-fifth year of recovery. He has put alcohol, gambling, and other addictions behind him. Telling stories about others has always intrigued this author - over half of the poems in this book are about other people. Some of these poems you may like, others may alarm you. Note how the poet tries to distance himself from pain in "Swallowed," try to grasp the horror in "an angry man went down tonight," and celebrate with the writer in "The D.J. called out One." Best not to read this book in one sitting. However, it's important to read this book if you want to understand what the journey to hell and back looks like. Just sit yourself down and enjoy a good read with your coffee and pancakes.