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Of the Damned Who Wouldn't Burn

Of the Damned Who Wouldn't Burn

D.E. Morgan

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Of the Damned Who Wouldn't Burn is a poetry zine by D.E. Morgan. D.E. Morgan continues to explore, from a secular perspective, various deconstructions and reformulations of the religious symbols embedded deep within his psyche, articulating on themes of loneliness, regret, and grandiosity. More emotionally mature than in his previous works, the poet's struggles with isolation, memories of his lost youth, and an ambivalent attitude toward his human desire for a sense of immortality in the face of growing older come out.

This zine is printed on white 32 lb paper, and cut, collated, and bound by hand. It is 24 pages in length, and measures 4.25" x 5.5". 

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