A Short Journey of Poem Spirals

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£ 9.95 

Mark Ballabon
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This collection of poems constitutes a very vibrant, feeling and insightful human journey, with refreshing observations about life. The poems are richly diverse and gathered into four themes; ‘a natural tribute’, ‘open letters to the human race’, ‘the unseen theatre of life’, and ‘inner reflections’. Poems often have an emotional basis of some kind, but these explore poetry that can also touch the mind, the spirit, the soul and the instinct of a person deeply.

Hardcover 71 pages
Hand drawn illustrations
ISBN 978-1874717003

About the


Philosopher, environmentalist and author, Mark Ballabon has been teaching and writing about personal and spiritual development for over two decades. His non-fiction titles include 'Why is The Human on Earth' and 'Courting the Future: preparing for a different world', which features a collection of essays which explore the future in a visionary and practical way - addressing climate change in the human and on the planet.

During the past four years Mark has been developing an original series of books for teen readers. The first book in the series, ‘Home: My Life in the Universe’ will be published on April 2022 with illustrations by Grant MacDonald. It is 14 year old Leah’s search for her place in the world. It also encourages reflection on important contemporary issues including bullying, self-belief, body image and the climate crisis.

Mark lives in London with his wife but regularly gives talks and workshops to audiences in the UK, Europe, Scandinavia, North America and the Middle East.

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