Christopher White featured on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME! (3/18/2014)

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Happy Wednesday (Hump Day), poets and poetry lovers! Yesterday, we featured another poem over on WE ALL BLEED THE SAME! Stop by and check out “Repeat the Grind” by Christopher White.


Here’s a little about Christopher White:

Christopher P. P. White is a poet and novelist from Derby, England. He has always treated writing as a form of therapy and it has helped him through some incredibly tough times. He has a wonderful wife and two beautiful daughters, yet he still struggles with the demons that have taken refuge in his head. Already the author of a poetry collection called ‘The Bare Bones of a Melancholy Life,’ he is soon to be releasing ‘Higher Powers and Moments of Weakness,’ his dreaded second collection. He will always make sure that the tiny glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel will never fade; after all, if we don’t have hope, what is the point of living?


Christopher White


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