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Sticked, Stoned & Bottled

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131 pages43 minutes

Summary

Navigating the ups and downs of the gay life can prove challenging when inundated by religious judgment and misunderstanding. Sticked, Stoned & Bottled, a poem by Scott Gibson, uses a prescriptive form as a metaphor for the structured life that organized religion attempts to create. Gibson's language flows with the ups and downs of life, beautiful at times yet laborious at others, giving the reader the emotional ride that most gay people experience in their attempt to find their own happiness and truth.

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