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Wheels - The First Cycle

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"Wheels - The First Cycle" by Nancy Cunard is a stunning collection of poetry that explores themes of love, loss, and self-discovery. Cunard's evocative language and powerful imagery draw the reader into the emotional landscape of each poem, creating a deep sense of connection and empathy. The poems are raw and unapologetically honest, capturing the complexities of human emotions with both beauty and depth. Cunard's unique perspective and strong voice make this collection a truly memorable and impactful read. Each poem feels like a window into the author's soul, inviting the reader to reflect on their own experiences and emotions. Overall, "Wheels - The First Cycle" is a must-read for poetry lovers looking for a profound and moving exploration of the human experience.

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A series of six volumes of Wheels anthologies was produced by members of the Sitwell family, the first in 1916. Apart from Edith, Osbert and Sacheverell Sitwell, the poets represented in the series include Nancy Cunard, whose family founded the Cunard shipping line, Aldous Huxley and Wilferd Owen, as well as a number of more obscure writers. - Summary by Algy Pug

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