Big Fish Little Fish Cardboard Box

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Twenty eight poems about love, music, nature, travel, meditation and the end of the world. This dazzling debut collection manages to be both haunting and hilarious.
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About Annette Greenaway

Annette Greenaway was born in Bristol in the 1970s. She discovered acid house at the age of seventeen, and danced for the next twenty years. She lives a much quieter life nowadays, but her neighbours occasionally spot her skipping around her living room in a pair of luminous dungarees. She is married and lives in London.

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G.D. Master reviewed on May 28, 2016

Astonishingly beautiful! This free e-book contains technically savvy and fun to read poetry. While there is no adherence to a particular form, there are poetically learned works and sentences presented poetically that create whole works that draw the reader into another world. Occasionally dreams can be quite entertaining and lead people to wake up with smiles on their faces. These dreams when remembered and pondered make absolutely no sense, yet allow people to enjoy otherwise empty moments and fill an impressionable void with enjoyable substance. Like such dreams, these poems capture the tranquility of human absurdity while celebrating its inevitable chaos. Well worth the time to open or download!
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