Poetry, Short Stories & Plays
What moves you, makes you.
The 32 poems in this collection are current, relatable, and approachable to those who like to ponder the future, speculate on the possible, pay attention to patterns, recast circumstances as impressions, and learn by thinking through. Çoruh is not a river in north-eastern Turkey: it is the name of a plane. Gregory When He Sits censures privileged complacency and pridefulness. He Has Feigned Since I Sat conveys a gecko's compassion for the protagonist's ache. Sight-Worn scrutinizes existential tension in love, work, imagination, family, and faith. Your Window on the World echoes the "Only Connect" theme in E.M. Forster's Howards End.
The 32 poems in this collection were culled from Dreams Powwow, Love in Small Doses, and Rubik's Cube, three unpublished volumes: guess which each poem belongs to.
If your life is guided by insight more willingly than by rules, this book is for you.
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