A First Collection of Poetry
by Michael Daniels
One of the beauties about poetry is that it lends to varying degrees of emotions and intellectual persuasions.
In A First Collection of Poetry, for example, Michael Daniels showcases downright funny situations, serious reflections on the human and social conditions, and brings to focus thought-provoking ideas about the nature of human existence.
The plight of the poor and downtrodden thus takes turns with the lighter side of bunny musings, of bravery and heroism, to that of the fanciful imaginings of the lone snowflake.
About the Author
A resident of Washington, DC, Michael Daniels was born in Guyana in South America. He is married with grown children. He keeps busy doing handyman projects. He likes writing and painting. He has also designed games for adults and kids. He attends church regularly where he sometimes gets inspiration to write. He also gets ideas from the news, when he visits different places, or encounter situations.
(2014, Paperback, 100 pages)