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By: Ross Carter

Pathetic and Poetic

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Is it okay to be pathetic and poetic?

Pathetic & Poetic is an exclusive collection of fifty-five poems exploring what it means to be an adult. The collection tries blending the immature nature of still being young and trying hard to be cool with the harsh reality that it is maybe time to stop being pathetic and start to grow up. The poems pose some interesting and philosophical questions whilst still being utterly ridiculous.

Each poem tells a thought-provoking story each blurring those two behaviours of still wanting to be silly and childlike but also acknowledging that being an adult comes with important consequences and responsibilities. Is it ok to still be a silly adult? Do we have to grow up?

Some of the themes explored include mental health, childhood, curious questions, helpful advice, inspiring tales, quotes, silly songs, vivid memories, grumpy grumps, rants and raves, moans, dislikes, likes, odes, and dedications.

Cover original artwork by Edith Harry.

Ross was born in the 90s. He is a shower singer, bucket list writer, dog lover, Netflix binger, part-time runner, pizza lover, and confectionary connoisseur. Ross loves doing escape rooms with his wife, exploring new places and learning new things. He hates temporary traffic lights, the smell of beef mince and people who snort.

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