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POEMS TO READ WHEN YOU RUN OUT OF WEED By Paul Jeffrey Davids
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Don't smoke this book, just read it to attain incredible rhyming insights into topics such as tattoos, graffiti, gambling, dieting, technology, internet porn, wealth, UFO's, climate change, the film... More > industry and also some less significant topics, such as the Big Bang that created the universe. When there's no weed left anywhere on Earth, there will still be the awesome humor of Paul Jeffrey Davids to get you high with laughter. From the Award-winning Princeton poet who brought you six STAR WARS best selling books from Lucasfilm and Random House / Bantam, who was production coordinator and co-writer of the original animated TRANSFORMERS TV series, and who produced films such as Showtime's ROSWELL and Universal's THE SCI-FI BOYS.< Less
RIGHT-BRAINED POEMS FOR LEFT-BRAINED PEOPLE By Paul Jeffrey Davids
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An award-winning poet from Princeton University and well-known film director and author (6 STARS WARS books) offers serious reflections on philosophical topics and famous people. Paul Jeffrey Davids... More > is noted for his work in television (from THE TRANSFORMERS to Showtime's ROSWELL) and documentaries released by NBC Universal (JESUS IN INDIA, THE SCI-FI BOYS) and Universal's STARRY NIGHT. Here you will find his poems about Vincent van Gogh, Edgar Allan Poe, John Huston, Forrest J Ackerman, Ray Harryhausen and other cinema pioneers. Some poems delve into reincarnation, life after death, hauntings, love and despair, visions of the future and distant past, synchronicity, the meaning of life and death, and the poet's father (Prof. Jules Davids of Georgetown U.) and his mother. This completes his 2012 trilogy of poetry books, the other two being much lighter and filled with humor: POEMS TO READ WHILE DRIVING ON FREEWAYS (AND OTHER WAYS TO DIE LAUGHING) and POEMS TO READ WHEN YOU RUN OUT OF WEED.< Less