Breakfast Anytime

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A selection of poetry covering a variety of topics which range from heartbreak to humor, love to loss, redemption, remembrance, and rebellion. Purposely presented without definitive grouping of the poems, "Breakfast Anytime" is designed to make the selection a literary and emotional buffet. More

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About Christopher Thompson

Christopher Thompson is a retired IT Support Technician and a disabled veteran. He is the author of a poetry anthology titled "Breakfast Anytime" and his current works in progress are the romantic comedy duology "Saving Throw" and "Saving Throw: Critical Hit", the supernatural horror "Gardener of Eden" trilogy, a second poetry anthology titled "Dancing with Angels and Demons", and a compilations of anecdotes of telemarketer calls gone funny.

He has won National Novel Writing Month in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013 as well as Script Frenzy 2011 and 2012. His poetry has won several awards and accolades.

He is the loving and devoted single father of three wonderful children and their pets - mostly bunnies and has a wonderful girlfriend who puts up with his muse.

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Lillia Forsythe reviewed on on May 26, 2011

I found it very easy to relate to the speaker and felt emotionally connected in nearly every poem. I'm not usually one for poetry, but I loved this collection. There was such passion and sorrow, cynicism and hope, frustration and love. The imagery is just beautiful.

Definitely a wonderful read!
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
Bex Aaron reviewed on on May 20, 2011

This collection of poems runs the gamut from passion between a couple, a parent grieving their child growing up too fast, scorned lovers and more. My favorites included the title poem "Breakfast Anytime", an acrostic which tells an interesting story; "Amazement", a sweet poem told from an ill child's perspective, and "The Cure for a Broken Heart", a cute piece about a young woman seeking a doctor's advice on how to get past a break up.

I recommend this collection for poetry enthusiasts, as well as those that enjoy lyrical imagery. Very well done.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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