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Darkness and Decadence: The Grumblings of a Gargoyle #2020

Darkness and Decadence: The Grumblings of a Gargoyle By Lynn Gerrard Leesa Wallace Darkness and Decadence The Grumblings of a Gargoyle Lynn Gerrard presents her first collection of poems Darkness and Decadence the Grumblings of a Gargoyle Taking you on a trip through the dark and the humorous sides of reality and fantasy alike this
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  • Author: Lynn Gerrard Leesa Wallace
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  • Darkness and Decadence: The Grumblings of a Gargoyle By Lynn Gerrard Leesa Wallace Lynn Gerrard presents her first collection of poems, Darkness and Decadence the Grumblings of a Gargoyle Taking you on a trip through the dark and the humorous sides of reality and fantasy alike, this book makes an excellent read for poetry and dark humour fans Inspiring, unique, and insightful Lynn Gerrard perfectly captures the darkness that lurks in our society anLynn Gerrard presents her first collection of poems, Darkness and Decadence the Grumblings of a Gargoyle Taking you on a trip through the dark and the humorous sides of reality and fantasy alike, this book makes an excellent read for poetry and dark humour fans Inspiring, unique, and insightful Lynn Gerrard perfectly captures the darkness that lurks in our society and peppers it with humour along the way The gargoyle has grumbled and it is definitely well worth listening to what it has to say
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    1. I ve been a fan of Lynn Gerrard s The Grumbling Gargoyle blog and related Facebook page for nearly two years I was so excited about this collection As wonderful as the online content is, it s a treat to get the poems isolated and really explore them.The poems in this collection may be on the dark side, but they offer a beautiful variety Some are long and lyrical Others short and sharp There s a wonderful use of rhyme and strong rhythms Refreshing in an age when many poets wrinkle their nose at r [...]


    2. I connected with Lynn Gerrard on Twitter some time ago She shares short poems on her feed, and I became an instant fan This led me to her blog, where she posts her poetry, and where I linger now and then when I have a few moments The natural progression of my interest led me to this, her first book, where I could dwell at my convenience, and soak up her madness Lynn has a gift for wordplay Her poems have a playful rhythm that beckons us into her pretty web Yes, the overall tone is dark, but the [...]


    3. After reading Lynn Gerrard s poems and musings on Twitter and her blog, I was really looking forward to this, her first published collection of poetry Dark, funny and sad, covering the spectrum of emotions and always giving pause for thought, they are very cleverly written, witty, innovative and original Going Home is one of my favourites and actually brought me to tears Another is Oh, For Those Days looking back at what was An alternative lullaby, a depressed and glum Grim Reaper, the sadness o [...]


    4. Poetry is not my thing at all, but sharp humour of the dark type most certainly is, and I ve enjoyed many of The Grumbling Gargoyle s observant verses on Twitter and her blog.Some of the poems are heartrending, some harsh, some funny, always cutting straight to the point and never mincing words the most valuable of any art form is that which dares to be honest, after all.My favourites A Tired BrowThe KidThe Path of YesterdayGoing HomeClosureNo Salads for SonyaThe ChangeNight on the ProwlThe Wind [...]


    5. I don t read a great deal of poetry but I do enjoy Lynn Gerrard s occasional poems on Twitter I noticed this collection was available in Kindle UnLimited so thought I d try it And I m so glad I did.The book description says that the poems will take you on a trip through the dark and the humorous sides of reality and fantasy alike, which they certainly do.Some of the poems are funny, notably The Lovers and Filth Some even are hilarious especially The End.Many of the poems are dark and thought pro [...]


    6. I don t usually read poetry, other than the odd poem that crosses my path, but having had several exchanges with the very witty Lynn Gerrard on both Facebook and Twitter, and enjoyed the poetry she posted on her blog and social media, I bought it I m so glad I did, although as the title suggests the poems are dark in nature, they are also moving, on occasion laugh out loud, and in some cases a sad reflection on the society in which we live I confess one, Going Home reduced me to tears Even if po [...]


    7. Be prepared to laugh and cryThis was a book I saved to read whilst I had quiet time,expecting all dark and hard thoughts and really understand the poetry.I am Sat in Starbucks having almost wet myself laughing several times and having to wipe off my make up which I haven t worn properly in 18 months Lynn Gerrard is a GENIUS There were some totally pant pissingly funny poems and some reAl deeply emotional works, and the thing is we ALL know someone in the book through her words.I cried through la [...]


    8. When I found out this long awaited collection was out at last I bought it straight away and wasn t disappointed I loved this collection of dark gargoylian grumblings from the poetress Lynn Gerrard Lynn takes humankind and lays open every hidden emotion She made me laugh, made me sad and then made me laugh again A fabulous collection of emotive prose which can be read again and again to find new depths.


    9. If you haven t yet met The Grumbling Gargoyle, now is the time to encounter her poetry It is quirky, set in the age in which we live but shows profound truth At times the poems can be dark and murky but there is also great humour and understanding.


    10. Oh, the Gargoyle has out done herself This is truly a brilliant collection of poetry Dark, twisted, and acutely funny.My favourite by far is Filth.I am one impatient fan looking forward to the next book There will be another one Right


    11. This second of Lynn Gerrard s books of poetry is as incredibly clever and absorbing as the first I love her work.


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