This is the eleventh book of poetry by Cornish author Ian Vannoey and, like its predecessors, features amusing, easy-to-read poems. It seamlessly flits between wide-ranging topics – from classical music and classic literature to humorous everyday occurrences.
‘Is the Pope a foot fetishist?’
‘Why is a living room called a living room?’
‘My best friend is a lamp post...’
Ian Vannoey’s love of classical music is picked out with poems featuring Verdi and Stravinsky, while at the other end of the scale a trip to the dentist and some unusual facts about whales maintains this collection’s easy-going readability.