This little collection of poems are in free verse with a good rhythmic "feel" may have been the only output of the poet, but is perhaps of interest because it is signed by the poet himself, and also includes a letter from himself and his wife to 'John', presenting the book as a gift.
Andrew Worrall's chief claim to fame appears to be his research into the life, and particularly the Last Will and Testament, of the poet Richard Barnfield, a contemporary of William Shakespeare.
Our copy is in generally good condition, its plain grey covers somewhat grubby with age, but undamaged, and with the black titles etc still very clear on the front. Inside, the 20 pages are clean and bright, and the poet's signature is ink-written on the title page. A blue sheet of letter paper is included, again ink-written, making this a somewhat more interesting item.