Ground Zero

Ground Zero

Nicholas Gagnier / Aug 19, 2019

Ground Zero GROUND ZERO is the definitive poetry project centered on mental health Co produced by Retcon Poet and Good Morning Bedtime Story this collection features over fifty poems from almost a dozen differen

  • Title: Ground Zero
  • Author: Nicholas Gagnier
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  • GROUND ZERO is the definitive poetry project centered on mental health Co produced by Retcon Poet and Good Morning Bedtime Story, this collection features over fifty poems from almost a dozen different writers From the grips of agoraphobia to a bird s eye view inside a broken home tackling bullying, homophobia and the scores of teen suicides in the last decade through GROUND ZERO is the definitive poetry project centered on mental health Co produced by Retcon Poet and Good Morning Bedtime Story, this collection features over fifty poems from almost a dozen different writers From the grips of agoraphobia to a bird s eye view inside a broken home tackling bullying, homophobia and the scores of teen suicides in the last decade through the heartbreak of schizophrenia and clinical depression, we have one question to ask Is it possible to write our way to a better world, and if not, a better state of mind Featuring seven poems written exclusively for this collection, GROUND ZERO seeks to answer that with a definitive yes Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Kindle Edition, 140 pages Published June 7th 2013 More Details ASIN B00D9ULCO6 Edition Language English Other Editions 1 All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail edit details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Ground Zero, please sign up

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    Lists with This Book This book is not yet featured on Listopia Add this book to your favorite list Community Reviews Showing 1 6 Rating details Sort Default Filter Jul 16, 2014 Dave Higgins rated it really liked it Shelves reviewed, poetry Although this collection of poetry takes as its theme mental health, it contains neither tedious sermons nor incomprehensible screeds These poems share many different perspectives on the causes and effects but leave the reader to judge which perspectives are sane, which are beneficial, and whether there is a difference.The collection contains 50 poems, the majority of which are by Nicholas Gagnier himself, along with contributions by Kristen Cutler, Katie Jackson, Gavin Jones, Sara Khayat, Nich Although this collection of poetry takes as its theme mental health, it contains neither tedious sermons nor incomprehensible screeds These poems share many different perspectives on the causes and effects but leave the reader to judge which perspectives are sane, which are beneficial, and whether there is a difference.The collection contains 50 poems, the majority of which are by Nicholas Gagnier himself, along with contributions by Kristen Cutler, Katie Jackson, Gavin Jones, Sara Khayat, Nicholas McKay, Tim Stobierski, thenerdyscribe, Michelle Vachon, and K W Villa The poems vary in length from a few lines to several pages, and while some poets display a consistent style each adopt a unique approach to the use of rhyme and metre.Some of the poems such as Hypercuasis and This Depression take full advantage of poetry s freedom from standard rules of grammar and syntax to create a window into a life lived under a burden of a flawed mind, before revealing that the reader s belief they understand might be due to their very failure to understand those who have not lived the issue may sympathise but never empathise.This message of the normal failing to understand turns from commentary to challenge in both Fix and It Get s Better, with the suggestion that some passively choose not to understand or believe that madness and self harm are a response to not just a specific problem but a wider stigmatization of victims In the clergy of the forsaken, I m another statistic of closed mouths and tied tongues Fix, Nicholas GagnierWe as a society have pushed mental health out to the edges where we do not have to deal with it, or even admit it exists.Others advance the view that madness and sanity are a struggle for social stability, but draw very different conclusions Heart Shaped Hell asks us to consider whether mental illness is simply a label for behaviour that the establishment dislikes whereas Cathartic s Kingdom raises the possibility that trying too hard to be normal might be a cause of abnormality.Not all the poems have an underlying bleakness Never Let the Devils Get You combines a positive message with a jaunty rhythm that defies you not to be happier at the end than when you started, while Hold Out reminds us that the same reliance on our feelings and perceptions that can lead us into depression can also let us hope.As perhaps the act least comprehensible and most traumatic to family and friends, several poems provide perspectives on suicide It is possibly ironic that one of these, Broken Home Movies, also contains one of the strongest messages of hope sometimes you are not to blame for other s problems.The collection ends with Good Morning Bedtime Story, which tells us t he worst of bedtime stories all come to an end However, the reader is left wondering whether this is a message of hope that mental health can improve, or a stark reminder that reality is for life.Mental health is a complex and serious issue, so it would be facile to say I enjoyed this collection However, I found it both thought provoking and well written, both as individual works and as a whole I recommend it to anyone who wants to better understand themselves or others.I received a free copy of this collection in exchange for a fair review flag Like see review Jul 15, 2014 Brian TramueL rated it really liked it Good tasting medicine flag Like see review Callum McLaughlin rated it really liked it Nov 21, 2015 Nina Light rated it it was ok Oct 28, 2015 Pam marked it as to read Sep 18, 2018 Lucky Luke marked it as to read Oct 30, 2018 new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Genres Poetry 2 users See top shelves About Nicholas Gagnier Nicholas Gagnier 9 followers Books by Nicholas Gagnier More Trivia About Ground Zero No trivia or quizzes yet Add some now Company About us Careers Terms Privacy Help Work with us Authors Advertise Authors ads blog API Connect 2019 , Inc Mobile version

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    1. Although this collection of poetry takes as its theme mental health, it contains neither tedious sermons nor incomprehensible screeds These poems share many different perspectives on the causes and effects but leave the reader to judge which perspectives are sane, which are beneficial, and whether there is a difference.The collection contains 50 poems, the majority of which are by Nicholas Gagnier himself, along with contributions by Kristen Cutler, Katie Jackson, Gavin Jones, Sara Khayat, Nich [...]



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