Poems and Wondering Thoughts by Mark Kavanaugh

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"Poems and Wondering Thoughts, the first publication of Psychology instructor, musician and part-time poet Mark Kavanaugh, gives the reader a look into a mind at full-tilt, sometimes off-tilt. Written over the course of 5 years and spanning the split-up of a relationship and the years of recovery to current times of lighter moments and softer breezes, these poems let the reader experience the “wonderings” of a man in pain, joy, love and anger.

Presented in no particular order, the poems shed light on different stages of the author’s life, thinking, fleeting memories and attempts at understanding the world and the universe in which it swims."
 

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Poems and Wondering Thoughts, the first publication of Psychology instructor, musician and part-time poet Mark Kavanaugh, gives the reader a look into a mind at full-tilt, sometimes off-tilt. Written over the course of 5 years and spanning the split-up of a relationship and the years of recovery to current times of lighter moments and softer breezes, these poems let the reader experience the “wonderings” of a man in pain, joy, love and anger. Presented in no particular order, the poems shed light on different stages of the author’s life, thinking, fleeting memories and attempts at understanding the world and the universe in which it swims.
 
Published August 3, 2001 by iUniverse. 136 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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