New Poetry Collection Hopes to Lead to Social Change

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Poet Robin Elliott touches on social issues to inspire open discussion

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New verses touch on racial tensions, celebrity obsessions, the challenges of aging, political deceit, corporate trial and more.

The modern literary world often relegates poetry to a room reserved merely for an appreciation of flowery language and rhyming words, but couldn’t it do more?

Poet Robin Elliott certainly believes so. With his new collection, “To the Freemasons and Other Verses,” he writes about enjoyable topics like love and popular culture, but he also dives deep to encourage people to address many of the ills that face our society.

“The world is engulfed with political strife, factions of people fighting over nothing and a constant lack of ethics from large corporations,” Elliott said. “My hope is that my work will help inspire discussion, if not action from new readers.”

His new verses touch on racial tensions, celebrity obsessions, the challenges of aging, political deceit, corporate trials and much more.

“To the Freemasons and Other Verses”
By: Robin Elliott
SC-ISBN: 978-1-5049-4254-6
SC-Retail price: $18.24
Available at barnesandnoble.com, amazon.com and AuthorHouse.com

About the author
Robin Elliott is both a potter and a prolific poet. He writes freely and regularly regardless of subject, but hopes to reach new people and inspire them. He resides in England.

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