Tales from Danalaw Fayr

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Lulu.com, Jul 23, 2008 - 74 pages
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A series of short tales conveying love, sorrow, death, joy, depression and isolation. Little more can be said, nor should it be. Words written summarising other words can only be described as cheap and meaningless.The late Antony Aberline was the typical generic male. However his bouts of Manic Depression, drug abuse, social isolation and awkwardness effected his life greatly, meaning he could not live what most would consider a conventional life. As a result of this he was survived by no one. Aberline lived through his art.Poetry was his art, Melancholy is his legacy

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