Anti-Poems: Random Access to Gates and Souls
Anti-Poems: Random Access to Gates and Souls (Poetry)
Welcome to Anti-Poems: Random Access to Gates and Souls, a collection where poetry breaks free from its chains of conventionality! Ever felt that today’s poems are drowning in sentimentality? Yearning for a fresh perspective that’s anything but ordinary? Look no further.
D. L. Hughes, armed with a fearless spirit and an unfiltered pen, offers fragments of brilliance—each piece born from moments of unbridled creativity and daring freefalls. Here, every word challenges the status quo, beckoning those who’ve ever doubted the very essence of poetry. It is an experiment in different forms of poetic expression and the compressed creativity he used elsewhere in expanded prose.
But that’s not all! Nestled within this poetic journey is a bonus—a tantalizing very short story that promises to captivate. Dive into “The Wombats of Summer Are Not Critical,” and let its allure sweep you away.
Anti-Poems: Random Access to Gates and Souls is more than just a collection; it’s an invitation—a call to redefine and rediscover poetry. If you’re ready to embrace the unexpected and celebrate the audacious, this is the anthology you’ve been waiting for. Dive in, and let’s shake the poetic realm together!
6 x 9, 106 pages.