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By: David Bowerbank

I Saw a Little Fox

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From reluctantly residing in a squat to the rules of Cricket, embark on a free-ranging potpourri of poetry that will render the reader to tears before producing intermittent cries of laughter.

This genre-bending compendium weaves many of the author’s true experiences as a self-described hobo together with an entertaining brand of lyrical nonsense, testing the reader’s contrasting emotions to their absolute limit.

If coming out the other side of life’s difficulties and addictions can influence or encourage just one person to do the same, this publication will not have been compiled in vain.

David Bowerbank was raised in Scarborough; however, he spent many years on the streets inclusive of time at her then Majesty’s pleasure for vagrancy incorporating nuisance value. From an early age, he displayed an outstanding talent for literature, especially poetry. His work provides an eye-opening insight into the depths of deprivation vagrancy can produce plus the inevitable Northern humour.

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