The Car: a sonnet sequence with illustrations
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This book can make you feel good and add value to your life.
Get a new perspective on your personal concerns and let this help you on your journey.
In these poems, you can find healing with difficult issues because people feel better when they see a lighter side. Let this poetry lead you into thinking about your life in a new way.
Twenty-eight sonnets, written in perfect sonnet form with brilliantly insightful metaphors, each with its own illustration.
The essence of the sonnet is the turn in the middle where two worlds twist together and deepen each other. Sonnets can be about machines yet still contain all aspects of human emotion. Both John Donne and Shakespeare showed this.
These modern sonnets are about the wealth of human experience using car parts as metaphors. They transcend birth, friendship, love, parenthood, mental health, ageing, and death.
Timeless truths of the human condition are distilled here for you. It is poetry of the machine age that you have never seen before.
As a book to complement your car, it can surprise and delight you.
Because of its compatible design, it can be used to teach both poetry and car mechanics.
It can be an owner's workshop manual for servicing your life.
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