A Mirage of Many Things: A Compendium of Lyrical Poetry
This second volume of lyrical poetry runs the gamut between light poetic vignettes and dark odes of woe and ruin. The rhythmic flow and metaphoric parlance of this book allows the reader an unobstructed picture of the past, the present, and the future as seen in the dreams of a poet.
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