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Poems for Paco

Author: Kovida

Published by: Mayajala Books Birmingham

ISBN: 0-9539857-0-9

Price: 6.99

Pages: 80 pages

Distributor: Windhorse Publications,11,Park Road, Birmingham. B13 8AB


Published by Birmingham based publishers, Mayajala Books, this collection of poems, written over a period of four years, charts the rise and fall of a homosexual relationship. The poems explore a range of emotions from joy, through pain, attachment, bewilderment, hurt and even anger, to care and concern. As we follow the course of this turbulent love affair we begin to see the light of friendship shining stronger and stronger until it comes to totally eclipse the neurotic dependence normally characteristic of a romantic love affair. These poems serve as a source of reflection for all those subject to the whims of love, whatever their sexual orientation.

The Author: Birmingham based poet, Kovida, has explored his interest in the human heart through various media including poetry, song-lyrics and playwriting. His practice of Buddhism influences his perspective on the world and this is reflected in the way he writes.














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