Francis Boni Offers Expanded, Revised Edition of ‘A Life Song Between Two Worlds’

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Updated poetry collection examines variety of perennial, topical issues.

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This book attempts to guide the reader to find their own solutions and food for thought about violence and love and society. - Boni

In his new book, “A Life Song Between Two Worlds: Revised and Expanded” (published by iUniverse), author Francis Boni augments his original book of poetry, updating his thoughts on society, government and philosophy and illuminating viewpoints that would otherwise be unconsidered.

“This book attempts to guide the reader to find their own solutions and food for thought about violence and love and society,” Boni says. “Some philosophical ideas tend to be abstract but can be rendered palpable in another form of communication, such as poetry.”

Boni’s poem, “A Hero’s Life”:

“There are no great men
But only great challenges
That ‘authentic’ spirits must meet
To overcome
Not only personal fears
But also the dreads
Of that unknown and unconscious reality
Which manifest those challenges
Through which they become villains or heroes.”

“A Life Song Between Two Worlds”
By Francis Boni
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 148 pages | ISBN 9781475995664
E-Book | ISBN 9781475995671
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Francis Boni holds Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees. In 2000, he earned a doctorate from the City University of New York. Poetry has been an integral part of his life along with his professional occupation as a philosopher. He resides in New York City.

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