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A lot of people 'hate' poetry because of its usually obscure language. 'Your Father Walks Like A Crab' however contains poetry stripped of conformity and with a motive to portray poetry as enjoyable, especially to those people who do not normally read poetry. It is fresh, vivid, whimsical, somewhat cheeky and sprinkled with wit and humour. In a good way, this book contains the kind of poetry that you most likely haven't read before.
Many people ' hate' poetry, because they find it tedious, boring and sometimes intimidating. 'I Laugh At These Skinny Girls' is a refreshing and exciting approach to poetry. It is a collection of 'poetry for people who hate poetry' which is poetry marinated in; simplicity, relatability, vividness and wittiness. Without any intention to ridicule complex forms of poetry, the poems in this book are written without the strictures of conformity and with a form and motive to portray poetry as enjoyable, especially to those people who would normally not read poetry. 'I Laugh at These Tiny Girls' is the second book in the ‘Poetry for people who hate poetry’ series.
'Funny Men Cannot Be Trusted' is the witty yet poignant third instalment in the unconventional ‘Poetry for people who hate poetry’ series. It is a collection that humorously melds the trivial and the serious. It’s introduced with an exploration of the roles, foibles, and failures of men and fathers in relationships and families.