by Teel McClanahan III
eBook ISBN: 978-1-934516-25-6
This book is the second of the poetry journals that I’ve kept with me as I traveled, though unlike Worth 1k — Volume 1, most of the travel was back and forth to work and travel around town and travel into the many depths of depression. There are still some attempts to capture something visual, but by the end of this journal it was clear to me that the bulk of the poems had more to do with my emotional landscape than with the physical landscape stretching out around me.
Rhiannon Hobkirk, someone I met shortly after the paperback edition of this work was put into print, said “This book will make you want to slit your wrists. The poetry itself is fantastic, and if suicidal is the mood you’re looking for, this is the perfect book to help you find it.” Several other people who read it have said that it made them want to give me a big hug. I count each of these responses as representative of having captured genuine emotion within this volume of poetry.
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