Book: The Clovers and the Sun by Benjamin Grangercategories: Book, Evocative, Creative, Chapbook, Complex, Emotional, Poetry
Benjamin Grangerabout this book: Evocative, pristine, deeply emotional in a way of awe-inspiring serenity, this 66-page collection contains paragraphs of thoughts ranging from simple statements to complex ramifications into the realm of that which can only be felt.
(A browse upon pages 29 and 66…)
"Sheep and Sleep"
The sheep that I count are the basic
experiences that I have seen, from faces
to places to things that I have known,
will know, and may never know. Even though
the things that I do not know now are not
yet coming, I see the sheep in dreams that
I feel and see.
The clovers are a symbol of the luck
which can be the meaningful guide
that brings us to a light at the end of life's rainbow.
Author Bio - Benjamin P. Granger
Benjamin P Granger is 25 and was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida. He is a graduate of Pensacola State College and has work experience in the food industry as well as the book industry.
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