Mad Ink Angry Paper

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AuthorHouse, 2005 - Poetry - 192 pages
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Mad Ink, Angry Paper is a book of light verse filled with humor and drama. It contains poetry for children and adults alike. The title comes from the first two poems which won third place in 2004 York County Arts Council contest. There are several poems that tell stories such as Ollie Otter which actually held the attention of a kindergarten class for the entire reading. Here you will find the Growdyville children who are different from us. You will learn about gnus and leopards and ants and elephants. For the gruffest of the adult crowd, I dare you to read The Old Man on the Pier without shedding at least one tear. There are poems about life and living and death and dying, the Grim Reaper, Dragons, Stair Monsters, Ghosts and Omens. For the most tender of females, there are poems about Unfulfilled Desires, Joy of Sleep, Innocence and even one about Harry Connick. If you have ever read a poem and liked it, there is something here that is sure to bring a tear to your eye, a warm glow to your heart or a smile to your face.

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