Poems from Quarantine

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Chaz Allen, 2021 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 94 pages
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Throughout Allen's first collection, The Thirteenth Circle , many stories were shared about the nature of the poems within and the experiences that birthed them. Poems from Quarantine seeks to continue that narrative. Containing 70 more original poems, Allen returns in true form with his latest collection. Filled with autobiographical excerpts, and provocative artwork, Allen continues to guide the reader through his mind along the way. Each piece within represents a new, as well as familiar, facet of Allen's views on topics such as Love, Faith, finding a Sense of Self, and Society as a whole, during one of the most volatile times in recent history.

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About the author (2021)

Chaz Allen is an American poet based in Chattanooga, Tennessee. His journey with writing began at a very early age, but he did not venture into poetry until he was around 16 - this is where he found his home in writing. Chaz's poems are often wrapped in allegory, metaphor, abstraction, and span a wide variety of subjects. The intent is to convey a deeper message than one may expect to find on the surface alone.The release, Poems from Quarantine, is Chaz's second full-length collection. His first collection of poems, The Thirteenth Circle, aimed to invoke a truly visceral response from its readers through the autobiographical nature of its writing. Poems from Quarantine aims to invoke more of the same.

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