Beasts of Prey

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 1, 2012 - Poetry - 86 pages
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The book is comprised of unstructured free verse. Beasts of Prey was written, in less than year. The title was borrowed from Jack London's The Call of the Wild. He has been looking foward to selling more artful efforts.

 

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Contents

Note on the Author and Editor
9
Norma Sheareresque Bitterness
11
Spiderland And Flyland
12
A Moneyhead
16
Vampireworld
21
Vagitus
27
Invisible Termigant
31
Cecil Rhino
32
Hilarious Tattoos
51
Toy Man
62
The Quintillionaire
64
The Novellaist
65
Frankenworm
66
Frankencat
70
Ginger Rogers
73
The Centillionaire
74

Walden Five
36
Normie Shearer
38
Walden Three
41
Brash New World
42
Utopia
44
The Weremonster
45
The Tatterdemalion
48
Golden Dawn
75
Goldie Hawn
76
Los Angeles
77
WC Fields
78
The Salingeresque Nasty
81
Necessary Good
83
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