This collection of poems is the updated and revised edition of the book published under the same title in 2013. Included are commentaries of a political and social nature as well as some historical observations. These verses, these Voices, are mostly concerned with the self-imposed ills of the human condition: depravity, oppression, alienation Ñ obsessions of the will averse to reason. These voices are as simple as the questions they pose pertaining to those myriad issues that persist. Robert McGee Jr. was born and raised in the little town of Clarksdale in the heart of the Mississippi Delta. He lives in Mobile, Alabama where he has worked in factories for the past thirty years. His other collections of poems are Haiku Composed in Awe: (2014) and the pamphlet, All the More Reason To Say It! A Few Notes & Poems on 9/11 (2017).
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