The Life and Death of the Oracle

by Clive Alando Taylor



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 4/16/2008

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.5x11
Page Count : 104
ISBN : 9781434372246

About the Book

Is there an easy way to communicate reality inside poetry, not sure? Well I believe that there is; as this is the path that I have chosen to begin to overcome obstacles which I feel can often present a difference in my own personal experiences.


Albeit of a natural or spiritual inspiration I also believe that we are all open and entitled to dream of different things that affect aspects of our lives often with emotions in the fore & background and it is this feeling of expression that has made me aware that through this informed medium has helped me to balance my different states between dreams & reality.


I know the truth is out there somewhere and I am learning to challenge my understanding of it in my day to day to life, sometimes we need to search ourselves for a true and divine answer.


The Life & Death of The Oracle has simply come about as a collection of my transcendence through my emotions and setting them down at each developing stage or growing state of my life, this approach to writing has always been my main focus through my thoughts and my feelings now collected in this book.

About the Author

Clive Alando Taylor was born on the 14th February 1969, having left school as the age of sixteen he then went onto further his education in the performing arts. Clive has always worked, studied & performed at various levels in his chosen profession and career. In what has been a challenging and competitive business, Clive has always managed to keep up an active interest in writing and exploring contextual themes on various subjects.


During his early twenties Clive suffered from a severe mental attack which resulted in him being diagnosed with schizophrenia, he was then hospitalised until his health and well being were stabilised.


After his discharge from hospital, Clive immediately began refocusing his efforts and life experiences on related subjects as well as continuing to write & perform, applying his artistic talents where he thought they would best represent his ideas and above all with people with whom he had found an affinity with.