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Songs of Change

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Including poems about Mental Health & Well Being
By Stuart M Snowden

ISBN: 978-1-78382-155-6
Published: 2015
Pages: 64
Key Themes: Mental Health, Poetry, Well being, Schizophrenia, Depression

Description

Songs of Change is a collection of poems on different themes. The themes include Living with Mental Health, Spirituality, Politics and Humorous poems The poems are written in different styles, including iambic pentameter, free verse and using Internal rhyme to bind the poems together. The poems combine both the serious and the humorous.

It is hoped that the reader will enjoy both.

About the Author

Stuart Snowden was born in Huddersfield in 1951 and raised in the Old Meadows area of Nottingham. He studied English and American Literature at Warwick University and Librarianship at Liverpool Polytechnic.

He moved from Nottingham to Leicester in 1986. He has had poetry published in a variety of small press magazines and anthologies. Stuart Snowden has suffered from Schizophrenia and Depression. He is now carrying out Remedial Work as a Development Worker for SISO (Safe Inside/Safe Outside) an organization concerned with the Recovery and Well Being of Mental Health Service Users. SISO is an offshoot of Advance Housing Ltd and is now an independent Community Interest Company.

Book Extract

East Midlands Soil

Ancestors moved
From a village in Derbyshire
To Nottinghamshire;
From being shoe-makers
To managers.

Two hundred years
Or more
Of sweat and toil;
Of raising families
On East Midlands soil.

Now they travel
Far and wide
And two of the family
Have taken their brides
From Russia.

We have seen an age
Ushered in
Of multi - culturalism
International ties
And the world-wide web.

But still I will tread
On East Midlands soil
And when I am dead
My ashes will be scattered
With ancestors.


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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 03 February, 2015.