Life sucks! How did we end up like this? What am I doing here anyway? Nothing ever changes! This is a collection of poems that explore the hard questions...this is a collection of ideas that were born in suffering. Yes, this a challenging read...yet, in the end, there is also inspiration and hope to be found here. Recommended for anyone who finds themselves walking through a dark valley in their lives.
Radar sounds/rest through the nature of bat like twitters/vibrating words/as the master signals/wave weary craft/toward harbor/over ocean shivers...***This book is a collection of previously published poetry and essays exploring themes of nature, spirituality and the struggle of living in a consumer oriented culture.
When the valley is darker than it has ever been...when we lose someone we loved, what can we learn? Lessons Learned in the Mourning explores that question. Born from real experiences, this book dives deep into the issues of loss, yet it also finds hope there.
What about the Christian race warrior? Doesn’t God want ya’ll ta be rich and famous? Don’t all those Holy books teach basically the same thing? Why are Christians so mean? Who was Jesus really? What is the point of the Church anyway? All these questions and more are explored in this short but hard-hitting book.
This is a collection of humor and poetry with a healthy side of pontification. It was written as the pandemic hit, the lockdowns started and everything stopped. There are reflections on the related issues such as censorship, satirical strikes at some of the wilder things that have been said, and, poetic odes to the beauty still to be found in our ugly world. Kelvinism 2.0 is an honest, challenging, and ultimately hopeful exploration ...