Chant of the Gemini: Proof That Two Heads Are Better Than One

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iUniverse, 2001 - Poetry - 164 pages
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Presenting a new volume of poetry from the pen of Thomas William. His previous volume, Poems on Alaska and Other Planets, was very well received both here and abroad, and this new volume, Chant of the Gemini, will certainly further and enhance his growing reputation as an important American poet.

Dr. William is versatile and finds inspiration in the nooks and crannies of life, his own and others. He certainly shoots a straight, direct arrow into the heart of his poetic matter, a matter of direct truth overcoming extraneous verbosity. He is a poet more concerned with the vegetables of daily living, the potatoes and peas of life, than with its exotic orchards. Read, and you will surely enjoy.

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About the author (2001)

William is a pseudonym, a nom de plume, which has nothing to do with the content of his poetry, of which he is proud, but with hispersonal privacy, about which he is adamant. He is a practicing psychotherapist, a Ph.D.

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