on May 16, 2016 :
Caged Souls by Bora Bug is an unusual collection of what seem to be rants from somebody who has lived outside the U.S. The works in this book are short lines, one to five words, with no punctuation. The violent poems suggest a war torn landscape hinting that America’s urban communities may be a needed break from anarchic regions of the world. These writings would likely go over well in rowdy bars bellowed forth like barbarian war cries from a slurring lush in a general’s tattered uniform. Obnoxious at best, the works in this book lead to more questions about the author than about what he has written.