Set in Iraq, China, and many other places, Bone Fragments reflects the kaleidoscope of life at war, evoking the colors, sounds and sorrows of those in battle, and those left behind.
Sharply poignant and touched with sadness, Gabriel Gadfly’s poetry encompasses 150 years of conflict and serves as a moving testament to human resilience in the face of tragedy. From the American Civil War to the recent upheavals in the Middle East, this anthology seizes the atmosphere of battle in the smallest of moments — a soldier pining for a love left behind, the first kill of a new recruit, the loud chattering of teeth in the cold….
Gabriel Gadfly offers an anthology of wartime reading in remembrance of those whose lives have been affected by the many wars fought in human history.
What People Are Saying About Bone Fragments
“Bone Fragments exemplifies precisely that fragile mechanism in which horror and humanity are held in the transformative flux of poetic vision.” – Carey Scott Wilkerson
“From quiet moments in the foxhole, to Dear John letters, to fear, Gadfly’s deft choice of word and mood convey the devastation of warfare, without making a case that war is unnecessary.” – Mark Stratton
“…the type of book that you must sit and read in its entirety because you wonder what masterpiece lies on the next page.” – Brittni, Amazon reviewer
Published: July 26th, 2011
Publisher: 1889 Labs
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