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The Caged Tiger

The human life cycle is not only entangled in, but heavily confused by its own paradoxes, particularly that eternal riddle: continuity. Much like the chess match that takes place in Dudek’s tribute to that grand old game, these poems evolve on an impeccably laid-out, lyrical battleground. Bereft of ostentation, each chain of thought invites the reader to take part in the joust. Having entered the fore, readers will find a satirical humour, often tinged with rage and the ravages of bitter self-revelation.

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