Poetry: Dirt by Michael Lewis

Dirt by Michael Lewis

This collection was named around the idea that “There is dirt in us all and it should be celebrated.” Whether or not that’s true, it’s an interesting premise.

The author says that Dirt covers a ten-year span of observation around all things uncouth, romantic, and violent. A cryptic concept that the reader is invited to unravel as its adventure is woven from the author’s very own subconscious. All of which is suggested by strong emotion and written with the delicacy of a dirty heart.

This book is a descriptive picturesque portrait of certain scenes as they play out. Read about rage, addiction, passion, fear, and love and share some wit, wisdom, and charm too.

With powerful thoughts, striking imagination and shocking stories, each poem offers multiple meanings.

Like a butterfly effect, they are written to affect the reader in extraordinary and unpredictable ways. ◊

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