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No One's Here

by Piers Faccini

  • Digital Album
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  • No One's Here (Book + CD)

    Book 112 pages with original poems and illustrations by Piers Faccini
    BILINGUAL version, featuring original poems + translations into French
    + Exclusive 9-track CD included in the book

    Black card cover, hot stamped in gold print
    Printed in full colour Offset with stitched binding

    Limited edition, only 400 copies

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No One’s Here is a collection of poems on the theme of identity and the self. I’ve always had a passion for mystic poetry and my bookshelves at home are full of texts on Zen and Chan, Buddhist and Hindu poetry and the writings of Sufi mystics. I discovered the Persian 13th century poets Rumi and Hafez in my mid twenties and delving into their achingly profound poetry, inspired me to attempt to use the poem as a means of observing and analyzing the way I live my life.
The poems in the book are simply, thoughts laid out in a poetic form. The words are the records of a kind of internal observation, one that can quietly uncover and reveal home truths.

To accompany the poems in the book, I decided to write and record a series of instrumental and vocal pieces that would mirror the meditative quality of the poems. A series of 9 ambient instrumental pieces to accompany the poems in the book. I wanted to imagine that before reading the poems, the reader could put on the cd to create a mood in which the reading of the poems would be more intense.


released May 16, 2016


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Piers Faccini France

If my songs were maps I'd want them to stretch from the English moors to the Saharan dunes via the plains of the Mediterranean.


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