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Melodic content swirls around the human condition. How do we deal with loss? What is the true value and balance of extreme wealth when so few have so much and so many have so little and suffer so harshly! What can be done about our planets inevitable decline and the societal forces that seem to be hastening her demise? Of Human Maladies and Other Heartfelt Emotions considers these questions and others that focus on the reality of the human condition. Richard T. Chapman’s work builds on the idea that poetry requires a certain semblance of rhyme and a resulting conclusion of relevant thought and coherent reason, no matter the interpreter. In these verses, the poet shares a wide range of fundamental ideas and observations. He firmly believes that humanity consists of 90% morally stable, caring and compassionate beings, with 10% miscreants of which 1% deserve a sentence to the “Atticus Finch” decree (Ref: Poem Pg. 22).