This Fragile Life

This Fragile Life

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A new collection of poetry by British Poet Steven Michael Pape dealing with the innocence of childhood and the wisdom of old age and the merging of the two, also nature themed poems and others are included throughout this collection. Mr.Pape is the Author of five other books two of which are also available on Amazon, A closed mind is an open trap and 21st Century wasteland Birth, Chaos, Death. The cover photo was done by Alan Davidson photographic images and is copyrighted to the artist for info: email: kittalon@gmail.comshow more

Product details

  • Paperback | 40 pages
  • 216 x 280 x 2mm | 118g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507867700
  • 9781507867709

About Steven Michael Pape

Steven Michael Pape was born in 1974 in Ilkeston, Derbyshire in England, an avid reader from an early age Pape started writing in his teens and continued writing Poetry focusing more on dark poetry as his first two books highlight (The Awakening soul and Escapism). A further three books were written (Observations with half closed eyes, A closed mind is an open trap and 21st Century wasteland) some of the poems in these books dealt with more political issues like war, Government and society in general but also included more thought provoking poetry describing how Pape felt about becoming a Father at the age of 36 and the influence this had on his life. This new collection (This fragile life) reflects on childhood and its innocence and the loss of loved ones, also touching on nature and its beauty. Pape also writes for FM monthly a quarterly anthology that entered Amazons top seller list several times and also had his poetry in an art exhibition in his home town to do with British Industry with Artist Tim Bennett as well as editing two anthologies including worldwide Poets. Pape continues to write poetry based on his life and the life of others around him in society today in a thought provoking unflinching manner as his more political poems highlight in his previous more