Wrapped Up In Brown Paper And Other Poems

Wrapped Up In Brown Paper And Other Poems A collection of poems from the author of Dead Medium Peter John Spanning subjects such as homelessness public transport and kitchen utensils This poetry collection swings between being both humoro

  • Title: Wrapped Up In Brown Paper And Other Poems
  • Author: Peter John
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  • Page: 445
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  • A collection of 35 poems from the author of Dead Medium Peter John.Spanning subjects such as homelessness, public transport and kitchen utensils This poetry collection swings between being both humorous and thought provoking Illustrated by Christopher Raven Contents Wrapped Up In Brown Paper, Alone, Life On The Line, Bad Deals On Wheels, Good Bloody Morning, MemoriesA collection of 35 poems from the author of Dead Medium Peter John.Spanning subjects such as homelessness, public transport and kitchen utensils This poetry collection swings between being both humorous and thought provoking Illustrated by Christopher Raven Contents Wrapped Up In Brown Paper, Alone, Life On The Line, Bad Deals On Wheels, Good Bloody Morning, Memories, Mind Slip, The Fleeting Kiss, The Ninth Love Potion, The World At Our Feet, Splat , All The King s Horses, Waiting for Summer, The Couch Potato, A Pint And A Half, The Last Resort, Cringe, Sponge, Green Eyes, The Future Mushroom, Friend Or Foe, Spin Cycle, Broken Promise, Far From Perfect, Christmas Online, Just Another Christmas Morning, Paranoia, Rated 18, D ring, Stray, Hello Friend, Utensil, The Beast Inside, The Foot s Cray Meadow Adventure, Wrapped Up In Brown Paper II

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    1. Peter John was born in Bromley Kent, England in 1973 He gained an interest in creative writing at the age of 14 and was published during the 1990 s in several poetry anthologies Happily Married to Jo since 1996 and currently living in Sidcup Kent, not so far from the tree.Editorial Review Reviewed by Lit Amri for Readers Favorite Dead Medium revolves around seventy five year old May Elizabeth Trump s life after death A hermit who doesn t really want to do anything with everybody else during her lifetime, she reluctantly agrees to help Penny Saunders, a woman who dies a few days before her, to solve the debt problem that she leaves behind to her daughter Chloe With this, May eventually gets involves with a lot of people, both dead and alive, than she likes She is after all a dead medium who is capable of talking to the living her ability is rare and in great demand.Peter John is such a wonderful author with a brilliant writing skill, which makes the narration of the book somewhat nostalgic and beautiful May Trump is truly the center of the story and makes the reading captivating and an absolute joy Her strong, independent quality anchors the other colorful characters Penny and Chloe Saunders, the mother and daughter with debt problem, Barbara the so called seer who works part time at the supermarket, the ghost George Tailor with his Soul Stalkers theories, and even Mr Kibbles, the ghost cat The story itself is marvelous as well as humorous and gives remarkable insight into how the dead deals with the living world and it discusses the mystery of the other side The ending takes a surprising turn but it ties up everything together nicely in the end An enjoyable read and I can t wait for the author s next brilliant workadersfavorite book revie.on Dead Medium Padmediumpeterjohn.websfacebook DeadMediumbyfacebook profilep etrumpdiary.wordpress twitter AttemptedAuthorshelfari deadmediumplus.google u 0 100926177pinterest deadmedium boards stumbleupon stumbler p.on Peter John e B0.on Dead Medium P

    2. I really loved Peter John's first novel, Dead Medium- so, I thought, I must read this collection of poems. The one thing that struck me was the contrast- this felt like a really modern poet. The first book took felt like a trip back to the 1970s. John, clearly has very good observational skills, which is noted throughout the poems. At first, I wasn't really sure as I am more of a traditionalist. I went back on certain poems again and again, then re-read the book. I believe these poems are much m [...]

    3. I won this through the giveaway program. I have a kind of love/hate relationship with poetry. Usually, I have to put myself in a certain mindset. And then it's hit or miss. Sometimes it's wonderful, sometimes I can't help but think "Are you kidding me ?" I gave Wrapped up in brown paper 4 stars so obviously I liked it. It was a pleasant, quick read. Language is accessible to everyone, definitely not "hard" poetry. This "book" is really really tiny though. It's actually thinner than my kindle, w [...]

    4. This is a collection of 22 poems. It's an easy quick read. And that's all i was asking for. I have read some very tough poetry so i'm always glad when i find easy-to-understand poetry. The themes addressed are the ones we can find in our everyday life so it's really easy to relate with most of the poems. There even might have been some verses that struck me out in a good way but on the whole, it's not revolutionary though.

    5. I became a fan of this author after reading Dead Medium (which is wonderful and I highly recommend) So when I heard he’d released this book of poems, I decided to pick up a copy, and I’m glad I did. Wrapped Up In Brown Paper And Other Poems by Peter John is a charming collection of poetry. They are a diverse gathering of thoughts, strung together perhaps, by the common theme of making us think, even the amusing ones carry some message. I liked “The Future Mushroom,” which begins, “Fing [...]

    6. A series of 22 poems, with an eclectic choice of themes, if nearly all with a hint of sad resignation. They are observant, thoughtful pieces, nicely structured, with an unobtrusive rhyme-scheme, often dwelling on the hardships of life, both in a physical sense as with the down-and-outs of society, and in an introspective sense. Just to give a flavour, here is a lovely image of memories (in the poem ‘Memories’): ‘Like drops of water, from your mind they leak.’ These lines from ‘The Worl [...]

    7. A wonderful poems ever i read. I became very big fan of his poems after reading the book.It was given to me in exchange for an honest reviewFantastic work- an author to look out for in the future 5*****

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