Selected Poems and Photographs by Abraham Woodman


Abraham Woodman claims that because he was born an overly sensitive observer with a melancholic, artistic temperament – one that tends toward mystery and gloom – that later in life, out of desperation to save his soul, he became a poetaster. His principle themes touched on in this selection include nature, life, love and similar hardships.

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