Acts of Novelty Are Unburdened Truths

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iUniverse, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 100 pages
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Elemental, Not Obsessive
Is insubordination impassioned?
Perhaps it is the greatest feel of all
What thou doth not sublet
Feasts holding thy goblet
She leaves thou unscathed
Lift up not kick down
Only if thee is dismissed
Opinion loses stature
You've become a minion
Learn, I think anything but
Supplanted by controlled desire
Or at least mutual force
Intertwined when permission is initiated
Imperfection is never to be begat
When one is not berating

Acts of Novelty Are Unburdened Truths showcases general poetic structure and also delves into the realm of unstructured poems. With myriad subjects, some tied together by zany topics that could fit on an episode of Seinfeld, author Richard Rampello still touches on the more serious side of life. But most importantly, he wants people to view the world through the eyes of a young man.

From religion to music, Acts of Novelty Are Unburdened Truths never fails to grab your attention.


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