There is something beautifully seductive that lives in the shadows of the early morning - the stillness of the night, perhaps a breeze, the recognition of life in between the heartbeats of midnight and the dawn. Four in the Morning, Pavement Blues is a recognition of time.
Four in the morning is the time I am awake; it is the best time to listen to and write the blues.
“An expression is so intimate delving into moments as pearls on a necklace. It is suspended into a subliminal environment twisted and carved. With ‘Painted’ I will take you into my sleeping abstract. We will engage on a journey seeing the world as I see it” CAL
In the Asylum are those desperately trying to seek self-identification. Looking inwards combining our unique chemistry with a world that we ourselves have defined. ’Asylum’ will take you on a poetic journey of my own introspection that expresses euphoria and depression. And sometimes something in between.
“So intense is the passion that reveals the upturned skin revealing your innermost soul. It is so mesmerizing that no word can actually catch it’s essence. Not even the word love therefore I can only call it ´something´ ” -CAL
Published: April 7, 2015.
Poetry » Contemporary Poetry
I want to take you on a journey to the innermost soul of my being. This is a first book of a series dedicated to themes that are essential for those who are thirsty for life. We are who we are because our environment has changed and is molding a way of life. The purpose is not to forget from where we are created. The embrace of earth is love.
The incantations of an insane mind. The finding of god, then loss. Hysteria weed smoking, mushroom abusing. From the lot of writers who believes one must always be drunk. My personal experiences with bipolar disorder.
Drenched in gallows humor, Between River and Rock (How I Resolved Television in Six Easy Payments) is Norman Ball’s scathing report of TV’s—and the Internet’s—insidious impact on the American psyche. Yes, our endless gazing at telescreens has been mocked, scorned and rebuked before but never with such soul-force and literary panache. Before reading Norman Ball, please extinguish all devices.