The Truth I Must Invent
The Truth I Must Invent is a collection of narrative and philosophical poems written in free-verse style. Employing a minimalistic approach and whimsical language, Francis DiClemente explores the themes of self, identity, loneliness, memory, existence, family, parenthood, disability, gratitude, and compassion.
The Truth I Must Invent examines the conflicting web of emotions all adults face and the truths that lie in between. This poetic collection peels away the layers of our individual and universal experiences, delving into our innermost thoughts with a voice that speaks to the collective.
The work suggests that even in our darkest moments, joy and contentment can be found through resilience and a willingness to hope. It also offers a powerful reminder that we all have the potential to create our version of reality-a truth we must invent.
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