Wordplay: Damnation

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The thought provoking journey continues, only to find sanity shrouded in the blood of darkness, struggling to regain its own voice, trapped in a web of Damnation. As Andrew Boyd attempts to celebrate the beauty of the present, manifestations of betrayal threaten to shatter its very essence.

Wordplay: Damnation will leave your cerebrals churning, heart racing, and eyes pregnant with Soul tears as you journey with Andrew through his mental, emotional, and spiritual detox. Wordplay: Damnation represents the war: an honest, heart-wrenching look at forces that threatened to snatch his Soul into darkness and hold it permanently hostage versus rising above the anarchy to become even wiser and stronger than ever. The dangling remnants of Damnation do not represent the end, but rather a brand new beginning.

In the third installment of the Wordplay series, Andrew Boyd invites the reader as a passenger on a trip full of introspection, sharing his learning, observations, and progress along the way. Join Andrew in his treks of rationale when he dissects cohesiveness between thoughts and actions, magnifying those instances where they are not in accord. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. Shelves: royally-favored. In Wordplay: Damnation, Andrew's metaphorical prowess did not take a backseat.

In fact, the experiences mirrored in this work put that ability on a grander scale. One example of this is "Zodiac Destroyer" where Andrew takes his experiences with signs of the Zodiac and puts his analytic spin on how to handle those who are unsavory. It put me of the mind of this In Wordplay: Damnation, Andrew's metaphorical prowess did not take a backseat.

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It put me of the mind of this old horror movie I saw from many years ago, "Silent Night, Deadly Night". Yes, it is a bit twisted, yet I appreciated the creativity. I also applauded the philosophical debate that shined in the piece "Church and State. It was a very invigorating read, leaving an imprint after the last word was typed.

There's also a social gem in "Bitter Release.

Wordplay : Damnation

Wordplay: Damnation, although its' very personal, it has many levels of universal appeal due to its' "I feel you, man! This could almost be renamed Wordplay: Reflections of Universal Thoughts. Through this work, I was able to connect to my own social and emotional struggles in dealing with others.

I highly recommend this work for the educational value in its' lessons and the advocacy of the fight in the human spirit despite the fallacies of the human condition. Apr 30, Da'Kharta Rising rated it it was amazing Shelves: bloodthirsting-good.

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I'm a sucker for black and intensity in a look. Is this author giving me that look? Plus that title: Damnation!

Makes the hands stand up on end like a person is in that waiting area between Heaven and Hell. Hard hitting, emotional, taking no prisoners in intensity.

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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Andrew is a two-time kidney transplant recipient who looks at the world in a way that gave him perspective as to how his life. The thought provoking journey continues, only to find sanity shrouded in the blood of darkness, struggling to regain its own voice, trapped in a web of Damnation.

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Books by Andrew R. Trivia About Wordplay: Damnation. Categories: Poetry By Individual Poets. Wordplay : Damnation. Description The thought provoking journey continues, only to find sanity shrouded in the blood of darkness, struggling to regain its own voice, trapped in a web of Damnation.

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As Andrew Boyd attempts to celebrate the beauty of the present, manifestations of betrayal threaten to shatter its very essence. Wordplay: Damnation will leave your cerebrals churning, heart racing, and eyes pregnant with Soul tears as you journey with Andrew through his mental, emotional, and spiritual detox. Wordplay: Damnation represents the war: an honest, heart-wrenching look at forces that threatened to snatch his Soul into darkness and hold it permanently hostage versus rising above the anarchy to become even wiser and stronger than ever. Other books in this series.

Add to basket. Wordplay Aaron D Stallworth Jr. About Aaron D Stallworth Jr Andrew is a two-time kidney transplant recipient who looks at the world in a way that gave him perspective as to how his life would be shaped due to his medical experiences, as well as helping others by exuding inspiration and compassion to those around him.