Weird Tales by G. Michael Vasey
Other World Poetry

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Weird Tales is the second book published by Dr. G. Michael Vasey and it is a collection of poems or simply 'words on paper.'  There are words I could use to tell you Exactly how I feel But they have no meaning For they are just words Awkward sounds juxtaposed Lacking translation Losing their meaning 
 

About G. Michael Vasey

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With 12 books in print, G. Michael Vasey is an established author with notable contributions in poetry, metaphysics, and business. His first novel - The Last Observer (Roundfire 2013) - was published last year and is a thrilling cornucopia of mayhem, magic and murder. A yorkshireman who has spent most of his adult life exiled to Texas and now the Czech republic, G. Michael Vasey writes for a living as a leading analyst in the commodity trading and risk management industry. On the side, he writes poems, blogs, books on metaphysics and novels all with a theme of life and the nature of reality. Much of his inspiration comes from meditation and music. He is currently working on The Lord of the Elements - the prequel to The Last Observer - and another on the concept of the Fool in magic. He tweets at @gmvasey.
 
Published December 12, 2006 by BookSurge Publishing. 38 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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