Secrets to the Fire
In a dismal yet vehement style of writing, the first release of poems by Oliver Mann is beautiful but at times disturbing. With the experience of songwriting, he moves on to further explore the depths of poetry.Secrets to the Fire is uncompromising with the mind and forces one to paint pictures that one would never imagine until now. The auspice of sex, love, life, and death has never been so vulnerable.
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