Say something is a short book of poetry providing a biographical window into the author’s life. Jeremy Clarke believes that every person’s journey in life should be heard and told. The inspiration comes from within his soul as does the desire to encourage others to speak their truth, to heal and live.
This book self-published book is a stand-alone read. The work is not lyrical. Instead, it sways along with a set’s storytelling notion, beginning with home and Clarke growing up questioning things that many of us just accept.
Clarke retells a story about when he only had a dollar in his pocket and was forced to hand it over. He refused, even when a knife was pulled on him. He is a deep thinker, and though the book is not philosophical, it is not just a recount of his life either.
The literature is easy to read and follow. As I read many poetry books, I understand why Clarke decided to make this one unique by using his own life story.
I look forward to reading more from him and believe that he has the potential to produce similar kinds of self-help material.Tweet
Written by Jeyran Main