Standing in a Cloud
by Dennis Thomas
Publisher: Bibliotastic.com 2011
Standing In A Cloud is for the connoisseur of fine poetry. It has Sir Walter Scott's epic sweep, Arthur Schopenhauer's Wille zum Leben, and Percy Bysshe Shelley's fluidity of movement, among other qualities, all distilled with Dennis Thomas' characteristic aplomb.
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