The Dilopherous

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A short about a troubled youth delving into a strange space.
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About D E Dunn

About Me

I'm a lunatic who spent too much time alone.

Told to word this in the third person to sound important,

Great at listening (obviously)

Too obsessed with death and failure.

Sweetheart to tiny animals.

Bad at socializing + social media.

So buy, share, donate, and make sweet love to all my stuff (duh)


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Review by: Jenny Eagle on April 17, 2016 :
The first time I read this I thought it was a dreamscape sort of poem. There were many vivid images of fear and family life, hardship and powerful emotional sensations. When I got to the end it all made sense and I read it again. The second time I read it, it was even more powerful. Many images that seemed scary or weird the first time I read it, fit into the overall story the second time. There are many powerful themes throughout, a story told in a dreamline poem.
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