Whether it’s the chant of a choir, the song of a dog, or even the sound of wind blowing through a moth-bitten sheet, music can be our redeemer.
A combination of free-verse and prose poems, Patrick O’Connell’s chapbook, Bagman’s Sonata, is a multi-faceted telling of our quest for the conventional life that we long to acquire, without settling for average. And when we are in doubt, lost or frustrated, often a song off our lips provides the fulfilment that we have been seeking.
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