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Poetry, Poetry and Lyrics, Reflections on life, Salvation poetry, Love and Inspiration, Humorous poetry, Poetry for humanity

Salvation
Lyric & Verse Anthology
by David Cocklin




SALVATION [sal-vey-shuhn]

The act of saving or protecting from harm, risk, loss,

destruction, etc. Redemption.

Salvation: Lyric & Verse Anthology brings together an expansive collection of stories and reflections on a myriad of topics; from love and lost love, to hope, conflict, spirituality and philosophy. It ranges everywhere from a deeply personal introspection right through to a broad spectrum of social observation. The emotionally evocative tales are littered with truisms, sarcasm, symbolism and analogies, while keeping the reader engaged and intrigued.

Lyricist David Cocklin maintains a great variety in his tone, inflection, and subject matter all through the whole collection, so it never feels like the monotonous exercise of a single voice, and never sacrifices the integrity of the thought to the rhyme. His observations, their insights, the color and nuance, and his sheer creativity of expression is fully deployed.


"...the observation, the insight and the sheer creativity of expression... utterly original,,, emotionally evocative"

—Rhonda Hayter, Editor


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David Cocklin is a consultant and occasional lecturer, who is now retired from mainstream corporate life. Aside from writing novels, David is also active in lyric and poetry creation. These endeavours continue to fuel his passion for life, pursuit of happiness, and commitment to finding new experiences that promote growth and shared wisdom.

Salvation: Lyric & Verse Anthology is his fourth book. The Cottage: Recondite, The Journey: Erudite and Vargas Hamilton: Life Is a Gas were also published by Friesen Press.

David spends his time between Montreal, Fort Lauderdale and frequent global travel.


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