Bacon for Breakfast
Bacon for Breakfast is a collection of creative and straightforward verse presenting the poet's musings on ageing, nature, death and dying, and life and how to better live it. From reflections on life in a retirement home to meditations on midsummer magic and scars that hold stories, all who read the work of Hamden Lewis will appreciate her honest and humorous look at life.
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