This poem is an excerpt from my book, "Wild Writers: The Animal World's Greatest Poets".
This poem was inspired by the works and styles of Charles Bukowski.
An analysis of the roles and applications of art on society and its impact on the way we understand information.
I consider this poem a prelude to Odysseus’s return from Troy, and I place it chronologically between the events of the Trojan War and his encounter with the sirens.
A poem about loneliness and hope that is perhaps my most important one so far.
The written word Comes tongue-in-cheek To the author That uses characters to speak. It is not complete fiction That syntax and diction Can face each other As metaphors and contradictions. […]
For millennia, people have scoured the oceans for leviathans and other sea monsters. Experienced fishermen have scoured the seas for proof of their existence, telling countless stories of elusive giant […]