lost poems comprises sixty poems selected from nearly two-hundred and represents the best work from almost a decade of bohemian creativity and twenty-something angst. the bulk of these poems were written during a fertile creative period in the early-mid- to late-nineties and deal with the breakdown of society, the breakdown of self, the vagaries of creativity, and alternately the demonization and celebration of friendship, love, and life.
Originally intended as a follow-up volume to the Christ of my Confusion—the author’s first collection which is now out-of-print—this book has expanded to include a few of its better works, so that it may serve as a single comprehensive collection of the author’s work of the period.
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