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Travel: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Travels and Travelling Paperback – October 13, 2016
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I really enjoyed TRAVEL: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Travels and Travelling. Like the publisher’s last collection, LOVE: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Love and Being in Love, the diversity of subject and style is impressive. I must admit I enjoyed the poems in TRAVEL a bit more than the prose but that’s simply because I get more pleasure out of reading poetry than prose and doesn’t reflect the quality of the overall content of this collection. This collection of offers enjoyable poetry and prose about every possible aspect of travelling ranging from tourists impressions of their worst/best trips, locations all over the world, prose that tries to get to the root of why some people are restless and travel a lot, poems and stories with a touch of humour, surprise and even sorrow. TRAVEL: A Collection of Poetry and Prose on Travels and Travelling caters to a wide range of tastes and interests. My favourite pieces include Traveling by Amanda Earthwren, There Was A Time by Akwu Sunday Victor, Kishinev In The Snow by David Hollywood, Errol Flynn As A Young Man by John Stokes and Water-Buffalo With Concrete Freeway by John Stokes. I enjoyed many other pieces in this collection but these spoke to me a little bit more.