Unbearable Lyric

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Xlibris Corporation, Feb 1, 2006 - Poetry - 377 pages
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Unbearable Lyric is composed of the darkest, unavoidable angst, pain, loss , and disappoitment - an emotional concentration camp where all news coming from the outside says the Allied Armies dont stand a snowballs chance at bringing liberation, ever. Its the expression of the most hideous disaster ever to befall mankind, the actual repeated rape and bludgeoning murder of every girl and woman youve ever had the balls to accost in your wet dreams: because of your wet dreams. A song of words so true we dare not hear them.

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About the author (2006)

Al Ferber, a street kid from the Hunting Park section of North Philadelphia and an unlikely prospect to become a poet has been writing poetry for over 45 years. He attended Bucks CCC, Penn State University, Temple University, Villanova University. His poetry has appeared in over three dozen poetry journals and small magazines. He has also written several novels, two of them published, plays and articles. He has published 17 books of poetry. He has worked as a teacher, Executive Director for an Employment and Training Program, Director for an Outreach Center for Vietnam Veterans, Bartender and manager of Tangier Caf in Center City, Philadelphia. He has spent the last 15 plus years in recovery from alcoholism and the last 14 plus years as a D & A Addictions Therapist. He lives in Bensalem, PA and Ocean City NJ with Cathi, his delightfully insane wife of more than 25 years.

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