With twenty-three works in R. M. Fraser's first ever book, there is sure to be something for everyone. Topics include memories, grief and loss, fantasy, love and relationships, and a peek at his experiences growing up with culturally Deaf parents.
This is one of those poems that hit the very foundation of philosophy, Who am I, what am I, where did I come from, where am I going, what is my fate?
Your poem was intelligent and helpful to all who face life as thinkers. Well written, very good imagery. It moves well, and begs to be responded to.
----Late Arthur G. Finch Commented on "An Added Player" from this book.
Can the demons that haunt Allesandra's past be overcome with the love and support of her newlywed husband, Izz? Perhaps suicide is the solution? There are lessons to be learned by both in this epic short of a couple who fall for each other, and what they must do to stay together forever.
This 40-page volume of poetry and short stories will provide moments of reflection, laughter, and reading enjoyment to those who appreciate the melody of a sentence, the cadence of a rhyme, and the revelation of good prose.