The Sound Of Typing

The fifth book of poetry by Robert Benefiel, The Sound Of Typing, is filled with poems culled from more recent pieces all written in 2011. These poems reflect on fatherhood, work, memories, marriage, politics, and all the pains of growing older as well as its joys. Whether it's being disenfranchised with American ideologies or accepting more universal principles, this book retains its voice. More

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Words: 16,880
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301074358
About Robert Benefiel

Born in Santa Monica, California, Robert Benefiel has lived in several places throughout the United States. He has worked many jobs from fishing dock operator to optician. His first love has always been art and writing, which he was introduced to through comic books and cartoons. By 12 he had developed a taste for Elliot, Cummings, Shakespeare & Dickenson only to later read contemporary authors while at the same time developing a love for music. His first published work was at 17 years old. He has several books of poetry including "After The First Shot", "Poetastard". "4th & Hill Is Gone Forever", "Laugh Until The Devil Wakes Up, "The Sound Of Typing", as well as other volumes of poetry and stories to follow as well.

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