100 Reasons

Reasons Contained within this volume is an odorous treatise upon the concept that has come to be known as the human condition It is not a pleasant journey in fact it is one born out of frustration alienation

  • Title: 100 Reasons
  • Author: T.S. Dann
  • ISBN: 9780985437039
  • Page: 141
  • Format: Paperback
  • Contained within this volume is an odorous treatise upon the concept that has come to be known as the human condition It is not a pleasant journey in fact it is one born out of frustration, alienation, anger, and resentment The imagery is informed by crime scenes, illness, psychosis, violence, and other unpleasantries All of these things have been witnessed by heavyContained within this volume is an odorous treatise upon the concept that has come to be known as the human condition It is not a pleasant journey in fact it is one born out of frustration, alienation, anger, and resentment The imagery is informed by crime scenes, illness, psychosis, violence, and other unpleasantries All of these things have been witnessed by heavy eyes that have seen modern man at its rawest and most debased These are the reactions and attempts to understand such things Readers be wary.

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    1. 100 Reasons by T.S. Dann is a collection of misanthropic poems (no sweet, frilly, odes to love here). Dark, gritty, poignant, and often grimly humorous each poem paints a vivid picture nonetheless. There are no wasted words and I often found myself reading them under my breath to fully take each one in.Since it's a collection of poems it's a quick read ( my favorite pieces were Asleep in the Deep End, Breaching the Hell Mouth, and Caustic Conversations on Modern Relations, to name a few) and wel [...]

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