Tag Archives: guides

Poem – What Matters Most in the Violent Waves

Thinking back on the past I see the signs and guides more clearly and with more openness than at the time. Thinking about where I am now I plan what future I want, the reach of my sphere of influence and the morals I must exhibit. What I question are the words thrown to the […]
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Essay – Guides and Turning Points

How did I get here? An important question I throw into the air while reading, writing, and drinking coffee on a cold morning with early sunlight across the fields. In this current state of being, I awoke a few years ago after sleep walking through most of my life and leaving my path up to […]
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The Story of Joline

In 1993, while taking a poetry class at the U of M, I started an epic poem about mankind’s history, called the “Proven Life”. ¬†Though it is still not finished almost 20-years later (which seems somewhat appropriate), the central character was a girl named Joline. ¬†Over the ensuing years, she has visited some poems, and […]
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