Love/session

by Dan Tarnowski

The idea for Love/session came about when Dan started writing down his peripheral feelings, giving form to those sometimes embarrassing and silly head-spaces, instead of whisking them into some darkercranny.

  • Paperback
  • Pages: pages
  • Average Rating: 4.13 out of 5
  • Published March 17th 2015
  • Edition Language: English
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The idea for Love/session came about when Dan started writing down his peripheral feelings, giving form to those sometimes embarrassing and silly head-spaces, instead of whisking them into some darker cranny. While the poet’s original intent was to get his head straight by pumping some of the excess glitter from the cathedral of his heart, the poetry became a conduit for indulging in arguably even more sweeping fantasies of city majesty, and warm pinings for love as light as air.Dan has been writing poetry since 2004, when thoughts first started entering his head, influenced by writers like Salinger, Joyce, Bradbury, Orwell, and more. Writing to him was originally a form of journal. Maintaining that original want for freeness of expression, a therapeutic quality has endured in his artwork, whether it be poetry, drawing, or music.Dan has written two other chapbooks of poetry, ‘PAINT FADES’ and ‘DID YOUR CULTURE KICK YOU OUT??’.