Yet another Book of Poetry and Stories
from 2011 until 2016 by Mike Stone
“But in truth the capital of no earthly nation,
A city twice destroyed
A city indestructible,
A city about which everything said is true
And one about which nothing said is true.”
(from “A Tale of Two Cities”)
Kindle (digital): http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CK8MXEK ($2.99)
Amazon (paperback): http://www.amazon.com/dp/1493573594 ($19.95)
Yet another Book of Poetry and Stories is a more mature and possibly Middle Eastern sequel to The Uncollected Works of Mike Stone. The second book covers the years from 2011 until 2016, mostly in Israel, some pieces in America, and the rest from my memory and imagination. You can search inside my book on Amazon, if you feel like browsing before you buy. If you like a page, though, you will still have to buy the whole book. As I said before, I’m not Paul Reps, hanging the pages of his poems with clothes pins on a clothes line, 10 cents a page (free for lovers of Buddha).
This is not so much a book of poetry and short stories as a book of visitations lovingly recorded for those who need to see them. A naked soul in search of other naked souls.