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Paperback 46 pages RRP £5.99
FEATURED POETRY BOOK
by Brian Taylor
The Chinese character, Tao, can be deciphered as a small boat with a single oar, a diving rod and an eye.
These poems are bubbles from its wake.
“Oh Life, thou nothing’s younger brother,
So like, one might mistake Thee for the Other.”
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Humans are destroying their world, crowding together to board the Lemmings’ Express at every station. And ravaging Nature on their journey. It challenges the reader to remove any blinkers…” – Bellarion
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