49

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 25, 2010 - Poetry - 83 pages
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Between these pages are tales of battles told between life and death, love and hate, salvation and sin, philosophy and misanthropy, gluttonous narcotics and narcissistic bulimics. 49 is the debut collection of poetry from the twisted mind of Samuel H. Kelly. From rhythmic rhymes to doggerel dementia, the fine line which separates eloquence and cacophony is broken with Kelly’s style. The eclecticism in his poetry creates a myriad of imagery captured in an anthology of portmanteau titles and psychotic subjects. “A powerful and respected poet and one worth reading over and over again.” —Gary La Buda, author of Eyes of Separation “49 reaches the depths of darkness that most people never venture to and most shadows dare not dwell.” —Melyssa G. Sprott, author, The Dark series
 

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Contents

Watermelon Cauliflower
11
Of Fire and Fate The Great Divide
12
One Sun Done
14
At Odds With Even
16
No Wonder None Other
17
Go From Me You Make Me Hole
18
Pain Again
19
Judgement
20
Hurt Myself Again
50
Oh God
52
Null Circle
53
Baddicttaion
54
Silence To Save the World
55
Okay Whole
57
Vanilla Cream Girl
58
Solid Sophistic Solipsism
60

Where Was The World?
21
Throw You Away
23
Glowstuck
25
Curse Come False
27
Muteant
28
Paranoid in the Void
30
Madless
31
Recluse Your Mind The Social Circus
33
Sweet Syringe Barbeque Seahorse
35
To The One Ill Never Love Again
37
Smile Suicide
39
Autophobia
41
Disappoint The Finger
43
Oxygen Erase
44
Baby Dead
46
Reality II Return
48
Stillborn Screaming
49
Antigramming?
62
They Fuck Back
63
Serenity Surrender
64
No Homage
66
Mysdefied
67
Dementia Descent
69
Granted
70
Cruel Dream Sweet Reality
72
Grieving Mourning Martyr
73
Drowning in Lunacy
75
Levant Tombant
76
Mind to Heaven Part 1
77
Blood to Earth Part 0
79
Echocaine
81
Endcarnation
82
The Morosive Cosmosis
83
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About the author (2010)

Samuel H. Kelly was born in Toronto, Canada to tax-cheating supporters of international terrorism. Under the moniker Rare Form, he independently released an EP entitled "All Will Suffer!!" in 2004, which consisted of demonic screams, satanic lyrics, and apocalyptic rap vocals over dark symphonic hip-hop. He has attended George Brown College, York University and Humber College in Toronto, and has studied literature, poetry, philosophy, humanities, and social theory. He presently resides in a cardboard box in a dark alley somewhere in downtown Toronto, and is under the influence of journalism at Humber College. He is currently writing a follow-up to 49.

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