Lady Of The Sea And Other Poems
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Lady Of The Sea And Other Poems

Warren Brown

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This collection of poems explores a number of interesting topics from Ninjas and Shoguns, to Robin Hood, Britain's Got Talent, to poems on Nature, Elvis Presley, the Piccadilly Line and the History of London. Warren Brown has been writing Poetry since the age of Eighteen and has published a number of his poems in magazines, newspapers, blogs,poetry.com and in the Anthology of Poetry, published by the Watermark Press, USA. Warren enjoys writing poems and has also tried his hand at writing a variety of verse, from the Limerick to the Clerihew. In a number of his poems, Warren likes to narrate a story, while creating a character and a situation, using powerful word imagery. The Reader will find the poems of Warren Brown to be both inspiring and educational, with a lot of positive expressions related to life, the nature of man, the growth of the person, the development of society, in our Modern Age and the evolution of the human race.

Author Biography

Warren Brown is an Author,Publishing Consultant,Poet,Copywriter, Life Coach and Internet Marketer.Warren is an Anglo-Indian(mixed race, British-Indian) and lives in London with his wife. Warren has written the "Mason's Adventures" book series for children. Warren is working on two novels at present.Warren Brown has published books on Internet Marketing,Poetry, Life Coaching,recipes, short stories and the Anglo-Indian community.Warren believes in Miracles and the Power of the Individual to make a Positive difference in the world today. 
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Bibliographic Information
Publish State
Self-Published
Language
English
Readership
General
Publication Country / Place
United Kingdom
Format
Paperback
Pages
118