Fallen Angel

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Lulu Press, Incorporated, 2007 - Poetry - 136 pages
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"Just to see, Just to see what lies behind the eyes of a Fallen Angel. The eyes of a tragedy. But here I am expecting just that little bit too much from the wounded. But I see through it all, And I see you." Jonathan Gunson expresses the thoughts of a his teenage years, and then journeying into his young adulthood. From the simple and mundane, to the very essence or human existence, he looks at all angles of his life with short and sharp sentences, almost statements in themselves. Covering everything from observations on the street, attempting to be yourself in a cruel and consumerist world, love and sex, war and peace, human sexuality, the right to life, the Holocaust, and the development and challenging of faith in a secular environment, on to the crazed explorations of the mind. This in tern leads to two favourite and recurring themes, the notion of the Fallen Angel and learning to break free and fly away. A journey through a young man's soul.

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