by W.H. (How) Farrell
In this motley collection of Variable Voices in Verse, you’ll find different subjects, objects, situations, and general human behavior we’ve all thought about, but no one has bothered to record—until now.
You too have felt or shared the thoughts involved. You may not agree with all of them, but W.H. (How) Farrell hopes that one way or another, your funny bone will be tickled, your sentimentality aroused, memory jarred, propriety shocked, realism unveiled, and general credibility, at times, jolted, as he gets his ideas across using sometimes “colorful” (but never offensive) language many of us use every day.
The result of some ten years of poetic evolution, Variable Voices in Verse has something for just about everybody and each of us will find a small part of ourselves as we search the writings of W.H. (How) Farrell.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
During his eighty-plus years, W.H. (How) Farrell has seen it all—the humorous, the factual, the tragic, the inspiring, the heart-rending, the heart-breaking, and the all-around experiences a person who has survived so long can’t help but notice.
Farrell has had a penchant for versifying since he was young as well as the opportunity to put it in print as a Linotype operator with a very tolerant employer during the 1970s.
(2006, paperback, 114 pages)
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