Lapsus Calami: A Slip of the Pen
Lapsus Calami is the primary work of M. K. Chapman. Thirty-five years in the making, his poetry paints haunting pictures of lost love, from the achingly poignant âThe Silver Birchâ, the tragically simple âI Wonder What Sheâd Look Like Now?â to the heartbreaking anger of âSolitaireâ. Remarkable celebrations of nature can be found in others such as âThose Old Familiar Placesâ, âSnowdonia National Parkâ, and âThe Streamâ. From hope to despair, love to hate, joy to anger, this hugely sensitive, unique compilation is a modern masterpiece that will leave you wondering how you were able to manage without it. There is something here for everyone.