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Stealth Appollonia

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by Fred McNeill
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Stealth Appollonia by Fred McNeill

Fred McNeill comes from Paisley Scotland and went to St. Charles School, then attended secondary school at Sacred Heart in Paisley. I met Fred McNeill on a poetry site nearly two years ago and instantly developed an admiration for his works. Fred writes with passion and fills every poem with both his heart and his soul.

From the dark and Mournful poetic cries in "Your Heroin Only Makes Me Sad" to his humour filled "Gumption Considered" Fred McNeill is an artist whose paintings are created within the mind of the reader. With careful study one finds hidden meaning in every write, and long after the book is finished the reader finds themself pondering the words they have read. . Author:Marilyn Thompson Artwork for the cover of this book was designed by Kevin O'Neill.

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Ebook Details
Size: 429 KB
Date published:   2013
ISBN: 9781447615088 (DRM-EPUB)

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