Sad Lover Boy is my first literary child. I think I've birthed some good words that are interesting to read. This is a largely personal poetry book. I think the juxtaposition throughout this book is fun, one minute you might be reading a serious passage about my depressive view of the state of the world, then the next you're reading a weird poem I sent a girl that's a conversation between a duck and a pigeon, but there's meaning and thought behind both.
In essence, these are poems from someone who's spending their 20s in the 2020s. If you're older than me this might provide interesting insights, if you're the same age enjoy the zoomer doomer humour, if you're younger probably don't read this there's bad words.