The Unintended Consequences Of
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What do dinosaurs have in common with military history? Can gardeners with rounded bellies really stop to smell the roses? And are Jeff Lynne and John Keegan just facets from the same brilliant crystal, crafted by a long lost super being?
These are just twelve of the questions that will also remain partially unanswered from reading this new and exciting journey of self-actualization.
Here, Shane Genziuk delivers an absorbing yet refreshingly unique anthology of poems (haiku & freestyle), quotes, and illustrations, which chart his own unintended consequences from 2010 to 2013.
If you have ever striven to understand your place in the world, you might find some of it here, shared in a most welcoming place.
Perhaps the greatest accomplishment of the author is in discretely lifting humour’s shield, to share with you an emotionally raw sense of loss.
There is trust implicit in expressing those vulnerabilities, exposed as they are, and to you the reader, in becoming so much more.
“My words are many textures / that show how it feels / to run your hands over my heart / into this life”