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By: J.C. Bratcher

Avalanche of Souls

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‘All descend to a crevasse of fallen-hope, expanses are massive, our precipice-scope’, when our lies become truth, what remains?

Avalanche of Souls is a collection of epic poetry from American-Southern Author J.C. Bratcher.

Experience intense and visceral emotion as each selection conveys both truth as well as hope, ‘In a Potter’s field of shame, I sob to say, no marker can portray the hobbling pain, of kneeling on cobbles to coddle the slain.’

The author captures facets of human behaviour which is universal through time and place, ‘We are atrocious, we envision the blind to limit the focus, A cacophony-erosion, we deafen the mind to mimic the locust.’

The themes are often conflicting notions of love and hate, creating severe and poignant verses, ‘The umbilical-ball of our indifference is malignant, how being indentured is contingent upon our pigment.’

The author is rooted in the approach of ‘death informing life’, as verses reflect, ‘No Mother-of-Pearl can shelter the girl, no Canary diamonds are buried beside him’.

Avalanche of Souls is an inspirational and unfettered view into the world, through the eyes of a poet.

J.C. Bratcher is an author and proud Tennessean from the Southern United States. He graduated from Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee, with a Bachelor of Arts. J.C. participated in extensive doctoral work in the discipline of Applied Behaviour Analysis, at Tennessee Technological University. He also instructed graduate courses within the same discipline. Bratcher began composing poetry during a variety of professional endeavours in psychology and education. He is currently in the process of writing two substantial fiction novels for future publication. Aside from Avalanche of Souls, the author is currently working on several other diverse versions of the Avalanche series to complete the poetry anthology.

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