Paul Chapman was born in Lincoln England. Employed as a shepherd for 7 years then moved to the Isle of Skye. He sailed from England in 2006 on a one way trip never to return . His poems catalogue his life on land and sea'
Published: December 12, 2013.
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Pablo and Paquita scraped a living in a small valley on the south coast of Spain Until things started to change for the better ,but Pablo did not know why. What caused the ethereal music that they often heard.
A collection of poems by Paul Chapman following on from his other books. Poems of the sea, A taste of junk food, Fred the Pirate and Poems of a travelling man. Paul as had work published in The Countryman magazine, Indie Scribe magazine and in a book published by Brine book Publishers on human rights.
The forth book of poetry by Paul Chapman. The poems writen over a period of one year when living in a small town on the coast of Spain. many of the poems are funny some philosophical about life. laugh at my uncle Fred the Pirate and the Seagull or be moved by the Beggars Mass and Small Change.
Other poetry books by Paul include Poems of the Sea
and A taste of Junk Food
A collection of short stories and poems by Paul Chapman. From the flat fenland of Lincolnshire to the Isle of Skye and eventualy to the coast of Spain. Some sad some very funny. Now Paul lives in Spain in a small town called Adra on the coast
Paul Chapman spent many years travelling throughout England and Scotland. After leaving England by boat he was washed up in Spain. These poems have been influenced by his travells and the people he met on the way. Some funny , some tragic but all have a story to tell. This is his second book of poetry the first being Poems of the Sea
A selection of humourous stories of Paul Chapmans time as a shepherd in Lincolnshire England. Later Paul moved to the Isle of Skye where he took on many different jobs, inn keeper, bagpipe museum curator, fisherman and many more.
In the book you will meet many of the local folk who make up the rich tapestry of country life
Mainly poems of the sea and life on a small island off the coast of Scotland. after many years Paul sailed away to other lands never to return. A mixture of poems some funny some sad but all true to life
A Blueness I Could Eat Forever
on Dec. 13, 2013
A well writen book of poems that should be read by anyone who as lost a loved one, as we all have. I have no hesitation in recommending this work. I believe that this is the first book of poetry by Jeffrey White and I look forward to the next