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Shorter Prose Ponzil the Pistolero and His Comedy of Combustion A Different World from Olive Listed’s Max LanePoet each story continues to expandShorter Prose is classified under fiction memoir and includes three short stories I Ponzil the Pistolero and his Comedy of Combustion. Words are what we've got What else lives as long as words doSarki takes the English alphabet as a bolt of fine cloth and stitches together words thought and meaning I imagine that just as Michelangelo could look at a block of marble and see the statue as plain as it was before him Sarki also could look at the keyboard of characters and imagine these three beautifuly written storiesWe are certainly shaped by our initial impressions are we not Sarki's narrator asks in the book's first story I believe we often are and in the case of Sarki's prose I am one of his readers who is sufficiently impressed and hopes to be reading of his fiction in the future

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characters » Shorter Prose Ponzil the Pistolero and His Comedy of Combustion A Different World from Olive Listed’s Max Lane ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Å From the introduction M Sarki the poet has expanded to prose and II A Different World from Olive Listed’s III Max Lane The book is a pocket size 5 x 8 inches and is available in both hardcover and softcover versions as well as Kindle. This little gem of a kindle edition is available now at

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From the introduction M Sarki the poet has expanded to prose and produced Shorter Prose a collection of three stories short shorter and very short but being the work of a. My elderly neighbour has been out since early morning raking leaves He started with the small scattering underneath his one single tree then he moved on to tackle all the visiting ones from other people’s gardens that had gathered on the footpath outside his house and even on his own front stepsI imagine him waking up preoccupied already by those ever swirling leaves wanting to get outside uickly to tackle them to force them into neat piles to feel the satisfaction from the tidiness of his work to put order on his little universe It’s all about controlSome people rake up leaves others prefer to rake up words and not always into such regimented piles fortunately I imagine M Sarki waking up in the early morning already preoccupied with the words swirling around in his consciousness both his own words and those that may have drifted in and settled in the corners But I don’t see him raking them into neat piles No I see him reaching down and raising bunches of them on high I see him scattering them about with childlike glee fascinated by their colour and shape hypnotised by the new and creative patterns they make when they fall That’s how M Sarki fashions his universe it’s all about poetry it's all about the glory of words And talking of words these three prose pieces are uick to read as uick as kicking your way through your neighbour's carefully stacked piles of leaves and just as satisfying Go have some Autumn fun with them yourself