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Over the years several pieces of my poetry have been reprinted across the Internet on a multitude of sites. In the majority of these cases the poster has credited me in some way, and in a couple of instances credited Edgar Allan Poe which I took as a massive compliment. Unfortunately not everyone on the Internet follows a decent moral code, and I have found pieces of my work posted with different people credited as the author. There was even an online book containing several pieces of my work (Since taken down and apologies received)

I have therefore decided that since my humble works seem to be slightly popular, and so I can occasionally put my occupation down as “Freelance Poet” I would gather a selection of my work and publish it in a small book, this very book in fact.

The following poems cover a small selection of my work from the age of 12 to the current time. I hope you find at least some enjoyable, since this book was compiled for YOU and I want YOU to be happy.

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Pendragons Poetry & Prose

Wayne Owens

Copyright Wayne Owens 2013

Published at Smashwords

All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any information storage and retrieval system, without prior written permission of the Author. Your support of author’s rights is appreciated.

All characters in this compilation are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental, and possibly very worrying. Unless you are extremely happy to incorrectly believe a Character is based on you, and wish to give the author lots of money, then YES ${INSERT_CHARACTER_NAME_HERE} is defiantly based on you.

This book is dedicated to my mother, without who this collection would just be a few scribblings on old yellowing pieces of paper.

You see not long after I left school she visited a fortune teller, who among a load of other stuff told her that her son would make a living from writing. And my Mother has spent the many years since that day constantly asking "when are you writing a book, You should write a book. Many would call this nagging, but I call it Arrrrghhh please