Poems Without a Home

Poems Without a Home

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  • Hardback | 134 pages
  • 150 x 228 x 20mm | 379.99g
  • Whyte Tracks Publishing
  • Whyte Tracks
  • Helsinge, Denmark
  • English
  • Heritage edition
  • colour illustrations
  • 8792632432
  • 9788792632432
  • 2,075,230

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when I first read though this book I really believed this was just a random collection that made no sense till it really dawned on me that they made sense to be together they all have this slight goth taste to them but also clearly pagan vibe to me this book can really appeal to both spectrums and taste if you really think this isn't for you guess again it is really beautiful poetry I do believe it also goes by a few styles of poetry that all can really enjoyshow more
by heather
PUBLISHER'S DESCRIPTION ; Darren Storer's incisive and darkly scintillating poetry touches on nightmarish themes as the unguarded soul strays from the known to the unknown.The verse is presented in a mix of modern and antiquated language, touching on religious demonology and black witchcraft. REVIEWS GATHERED FROM WATERSTONES Anonymous Location:The Plains, Ohio USA Age:36 Brilliantly done 06 November 2013 I normally don't like poetry but I decided to take a chance and read Poems Without a Home. I was pleasantly surprised how wonderful the ebb and flow of the poems. I enjoyed the darkness and edginess of the poems. I say well done and good job Location:Salisbury, Maryland USA Age:53 Loved every word 04 November 2013 When I started reading the book, I found it hard to put down. It was like I was a part of the psyche of the author. We went to dark places together and traveled to some lighter ones as well, like when he made a play on parts of Poe's "The Raven". I found profound enjoyment along with many thoughtful moments as I read each piece of poetry. Darren's messages were a bit disturbing, but fascinating as well. A must own/read Anonymous Location:Feltham Age:40 25 October 2013 I have always loved books and used to write my own poetry at school, but in later years I have not been able to do much due to time constraints and ill health. Very rarely does a book catch my attention for long these days so to start reading this delightful book and not want to put it down but read it again and again was magical. I felt at one with the poet and his feelings. I found myself lost in another world, following a path that would lead me on a journey not to dissimilar to my own path in life. His words seamlessly flow with such grace. A true delight for readers of all ages. L Parker Location:USA Age:38 Seductive Rhymes and Rhythms 23 October 2013 A journey into the soul's dark places; moving through the influences of Crowley, Nietzsche, and even Poe, the author walks us through moments of his life that have contributed to how he came to be. Melancholic, acidic, comedic and at times so full of rage one can only say that, with the accompanying illustrations, the Storm has returned - and it will sweep all before it! Leighann Parker~ review placed on facebook POEMS WITHOUT A HOME " . . incredibly talented writer, and all-around awesome guy, DARREN STORER has done it again with his new book, "Poems Without A Home". If you read his previous book, "A Key to the Storm", consider this an extension of that wit, charm, and deep-feeling you get from his writings... all in the form of poetry. We at C.O.R.E. had advanced copies of the book, and I have to say . . I wanted to savor every syllable, and digest the enigmatic themes and metaphoric display. Just brilliant! C.O.R.E. is a non-profiting venture, so I get absolutely zero kickback by stating this: If you're into the metaphysical, supernatural, or simply the beauty of nature, hit up the link below and check out Darren's work! You'll thank us for it! - Core Phenomena Researchshow more
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