1) I quite enjoyed these poems. They were a nice read.
2) I enjoyed this work and hearing origins behind it. It doesnt follow iambic pentameter but thats part of the draw. I thought the imagery was very profound and the heart of each piece all encompassing.
Eric Alan Westfall A Rollerblade Day, and Other Gay Poems
Gay - Poetry
File Size: 808 KB
Print Length: 149 pages
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Publication Date: May 27, 2017
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I’m not sure what to say to entice you into buying a collection of mostly gay-themed poems. Some are from my own life, some are not. Some will hopefully give you a joyful smile, and an “Ah, yes.” Others I hope will have a different effect on your emotions.
There are some humorous ones (“quantumchromodynamics”—which is, by the way, a real word), some are happy, some are not, some are fantasies (“the dragon painting,” “dining with the Anhkang king”), and some deal with the real world.
“whispers in a promised land” is my personal favorite, and is unfortunately as true today as when it was written in 2000.
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