Murmuration is a year's worth of emotions, anxious thoughts and panic attacks, each one a beating wing in the mind of the author.
Fans are saying: "Beautiful inside and out", "Lovingly designed", "One of the best poetry books I've read so far."
Murmuration is an attempt to create something beautiful from this chaos; to make sense of the things we dare not breathe to life. Focusing on loss, heartbreak, mental health, and the impact of isolation on a tired mind, these poems are the starlings that gather above the water. These pages are the hope that we can learn to heal; that the future can survive the past.
About the Author
Blake Auden is a poet, writer and artist living in Brighton, UK and has published several poetry collections: To Drown as a Cure for Thirst,Tell the Birds She's Gone,Beekeeper, The Things We Leave Behind, and Murmuration.
Blake won the Button Poetry 2020 Short Form Prize and has been featured by the likes of The Mirror, The Bookseller, Family Friends Poems, The Good Quote, Thought Catalog and numerous others.
Growing up with a father in the military, Blake began reading war poetry from an early age, where he became fascinated with the ability of prose to capture both deeply traumatic and cathartic experiences. Blake's work now focuses on loss, heartbreak and mental health.
"If you are feeling anxious or brokenhearted, look no further than the work of Blake Auden." —Forbes