Dan has been writing poetry ever since he was 13; while in history class, he was inspired to write a poem. The teacher was giving a lecture on pollution. She asked him a question about what she had been lecturing on. He didn’t know the answer. She then asked him, “What are you writing then, if not notes on my lecture?”
She was curious to say the least. She picked it up from his desk, quickly read it, and then asked him if she could read it to the class. He shrugged and said, “I guess so.” The teacher and his classmate liked it. He’s been writing ever since.
C C Brown
on Aug. 05, 2011 :
The impassioned words with rhythm of Part Two: Love Opens The Valley Of Emptiness by Dainel Ferguson was stirring. It is like art without restriction of COLOR and canvas.
(review of free book)