The Repressed Memories of Iyan Igma
This is an adolescent's collection of poetry, fables, and the random prose wanderings of the mind. It is chock full of sarcasm and references to sex and drugs. Many of the works are self-portraits, though notably not those in the first few chapters--the ones Puritans should never read. Topics include: Christianity, Deism, Sin, Love, Santa, Friendship, Ostracism, Nature, the Military, History, Aliens, Murder, Hypocrisy, Fame, Sleep, Zombies, Revenge, Women, Perspective, Bananas, Vampires, TV, Travels, Dreams, Making Beds, and Perfection, et cetera. Some sections that deserve special mention are: *To You, which is a sonnet cycle *Haiku's to No One, which is a poem written haiku-based stanzas *The Lewd Reference Dictionary, which sets forth the true (and unknown) meanings for expletives *Widdles, which are feeble attempts at riddles.
- Hardback | 234 pages
- 152 x 229mm
- 03 Feb 2009
- London, United Kingdom