I Can Find Peace: The Collected Poems of M. Scott Oickle
Matthew Scott Oickle was thirty-eight years old and finally coming into his own as a poet when he received the news. He was terminally ill with colon cancer. Scott had spent years sharpening his craft and fine-tuning his skills as a performing poet. His readings, delivered in a vivid, provocative style, were popular at poetry slams at public coffee houses and other arts scenes on Cape Cod, Massachusetts.
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