You've never seen a doomsday like it
These are poems about surviving doomsdays. People use the word doomsday to describe the apocalypse, and apocalypse simply means 'an uncovering of knowledge'. Every life has its share of apocalyptic moments - not only great catastrophes, but also small secret revelations, and surprise twists of good fortune. They leave you with lessons learned, and stories to tell.
"These poems have glittered paint on their earth-caked broken fingernails. They dance the path between this and the otherworld. Their vision is as bright and ancient as the moon." - Helen Ivory
You've never seen a doomsday like it was the January 2018 Book of the Month at The Poetry Kit, and a Poetry Book Society Winter 2017 Selection.
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