The Decadent Lie

The Decadent Lie

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The beautiful book " THE DECADENT LIE" speaks of delicate moments, it speaks of exhilirating passion, it speaks of life, allow it to speak to you ... follow the primrose path into cognitive bliss. Art in itself is a living, breathing entity, the embodiment of an unseen dream, spoken from the indomitable soul of man. The heart of the dreamer, it is that life laid plainly and openly before you, the reader. It is moral/ immoral, it is freedom written onto the page. The poetry within are reflections on life moments and fascinations. Each line is set to its own musical composition, each piece its own reflecting pool unto the world. Allow each line, each verse to break away the idle continuation of time. Surrender yourself to the rhythmic strumming as each string is set upon with bow and hammer, producing a proclivity of musical madness. Allow it to sink deep within every pore. Allow yourself to be taken on a journey of imagination, to be lost in the fervent dreams of a wayward mind. Give yourself permission to freely indulge upon the licentious fruit of the decadent. Each written piece draws forth is its own imagery, its own understanding for its created life. Allow yourself to be guided into fantasy and broken reality.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 156 pages
  • 133 x 203 x 8mm | 168g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514762137
  • 9781514762134

About Dr Gerald Mills

Gerald Mills is the father of two wonderfully dramatic children. Born in St.Catherine, Jamaica, he arrived in the U.S. at the age of six. He has a passion for photography, and the written word. "I find myself searching out the abstract; the intangible beauty found in everyday existence, hoping to grasp hold of it as though it were its own possible possibility, giving it life amidst pen and parchment." "There is nothing quite so beautiful as the written word worn as a jewel, adorning the segmented lines of papyrus." -Gerald Millsshow more

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