Hardest Poetry Book You’ll Ever Read (Probably)

Well, it’s that exciting time again when I can announce the release of a new publication! 😀

I’m super thrilled to be able to share with all of you Anarchy for the Innocents, which I’ve been working on for the past few months, and was in fact one of the reasons for not being too active here on this blog.

It’s been an amazing journey writing this book and I really look forward to your feedback about the work, and sharing your own ideas and opinions on the subject. But I’ll let the video explain how this book came to be.

In essence, Anarchy for the Innocents is a collection of poems representing the passing of Time within the spatial limitations of the written verse. It is a quest to explore the complexities and fascinating mysteries of Time — its beauty and allure, and how it traverses our lives through Space; within which we are all bound.

I also have a few copies of the book ready to find a home (for free) if anyone is interested. Get in touch!

In the meantime, happy reading and thanks for sticking around! 🙂

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