Oh Jeroboam
by Kodiak
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Sequel to his first book, "how poem", Kodiak Trickler's poem take a shift of feeling from the darker, often hope-abandoned rhymes and rhythms to a more positive, hope-searching take on his emotions and life as he opens more details into the pain he drags behind him and attempts to seek a more stable mental state. While pain still finds him he is able to have hope in his God and develops a more solid relationship and dependency in his religion. From the still, dark nights of depression and anxiety to the fast, bright mornings of Love for a young woman and God this collection of Kodiak's poetry as a young adult is heart breaking and beautiful all at once.

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Created on: Feb-21-2017   Last updated:  Feb-20-2018
Format: 5.5"x8.5" - Choice of Hardcover/Softcover - Color - Trade Book
Theme: Poetry    Privacy: Everyone
Preview Limit: 52 Pages
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Joined: Dec-03-2015

Kodiak Trickler was born in Anchorage Alaska in 1998. He was raised in both Utah and Arizona. Since he was young he loved to write and dream up stories and metaphors to help him better understand his thoughts as he battled his bi-polar emotions. He published his first book at the age of 17 titled "how poem?".

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