The Ghost of John Lee Crowley
The Poems and Ramblings of a Cosmic Vagabond
About the Book
The Ghost of John Lee Crowley is best described metaphorically by the poet as his effort to “clean out the attic,” a chore that yields many treasures mixed in with those items that are better tossed away. A wonderful by-product of this effort, of course, is the pleasure of de-cluttering. Fortunately, for us, our poet shares these treasures in this powerful collection of poems and ramblings. Additionally, we vicariously share in the disposal of the clutter, that extra emotional weight and luggage which seems to accumulate over time. The collection is filled with gems of wisdom and rhymes – poems and ramblings that tackle despair, desire, and the trappings of modern society. Read them aloud and enjoy.
About the Author
M. A. Zellner shares a residence in the lone star state of Texas with his soul mate Sharon, a fat Burmese cat named Zowie, and a puppy of indeterminate pedigree named Oliver. The Ghost of John Lee Crowley – The Poems and Ramblings of a Cosmic Vagabond is Zellner’s first collection of poetry published for the general public.