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When Matthew Bartram’s mother was diagnosed with cancer in 2005, he found himself reaching for the comfort and solace of poetry. Out of his grief comes The Unfairness of Angels, a collection of poems that is not only a tribute to one woman’s life, but also the story of one young man’s search for meaning. In unsparing language, Bartram’s poems tackle universal subjects such as loss, love, theology, morality and snapshots of England and contemporary life.

“Do we really care what the future brings? In this world of shortcomings, The Unfairness of Angels, morality, with wings!”

Mother

A protective force,
A loving friend.
A warming glow,
An endless trend.

Forever within our minds,
Forever gentle,
Forever kind.
The woman with us -
From life to death,
She gave us our first breath.

Always helping throughout life,
With all the hard and troubled strife.
Mum, I admit that it’s true,
There’s no other I love -
But you.
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ISBN: 9781450201117
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    The unfairness of Angels by Matthew Thomas Bartram is a wonderful book of poetry written in memory of his mother.This book with its beautifully weaved poems filled with emotions that come straight from the heart will take you deep into his soul and make your heart beat fast and slow at the same time. I read the book twice, you should do too.The angels are not always fair, read the book, find out why.T. Petrov Pavlovamore

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    The unfairness of Angels by Matthew Thomas Bartram is a wonderful book of poetry written in memory of his mother.This book with its beautifully weaved poems filled with emotions that come straight from the heart will take you deep into his soul and make your heart beat fast and slow at the same time. I read the book twice, you should do too.The angels are not always fair, read the book, find out why.T. Petrov Pavlovamore
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