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Food for Thought

Poems, and Songs Without Music

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Publisher Description

It’s insufficient just to call it a poetry book, but some might say that is accurate. Progressive satirist, songwriter, and poet David Fishel invites readers to grab a “jay” and ease into a wildly diverse and eclectic collection of previously published songs. He’s known as one of those proud progressive liberals unafraid to share his opinions whose songs run the gamut from humorous poetry to bawdy limericks.

The real purpose of his satirical song lyrics is to open minds and create a dialogue through political poetry that engages readers to think independently and form their own opinions. Yes, the political songs shared without music provide the author’s unashamed liberal perspective in this diverse poetry book, but his genuine desire is to elicit conversation.

He hopes to reach back to what some refer to as the “Age of Enlightenment,” using the muse of satirical song lyrics and political poetry to pause, reflect, and ponder on the writings or perhaps share them with a friend.

It's not just a poetry book for progressive liberals but for open minds and those who appreciate a well-metered and rhythmic verse.

GENRE
Fiction & Literature
RELEASED
2021
July 7
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
124
Pages
PUBLISHER
IUniverse
SELLER
AuthorHouse
SIZE
6.6
MB