Mindscape

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The range of a person's thoughts and imagination,
The range of a person's thoughts and imagination,
regarded as a panorama capable of being,
contemplated by another person; mentally.
A meaning of the world of the mind.
This is a story about a man stuck in his mindscape. More
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About Wesley Hesketh

I am 76. I believe in music. I was raised in the Bay Area in Ca now I live in Oregon outside Portland.
I believe that WE are forever. The body is only one part of us that God is omnipotent. We are connected to the power of the universe, which is God. He is my companion. He leaves me speechless. I have been writing poetry most of my life and want to paint pictures with my words.
I have other books called Believe, Letters, Penciled Thoughts, Mindscape, Thy Will Be Done, Father Can You Hear Me, and Desire, now available I have works in City. Night. Sky. also in Echoes published by Write Around Portland, in the International Who's Who in Poetry, I have works displayed on faithwriters.com, I have some non-Christian works on poetrypoem.com/advisor4, and on poetryvista.com/theletters. I've been published in many social newspapers and church publications. My poetry has been read over 166000 times throughout the world. I have my books in 20,000 libraries
I write/sing and play keyboards. I have written over 29 songs, one I performed in church. I have 14 videos on YouTube
I have three books Colored Words, Love, and Thought's. COMING SOON. Goggle my name and you can read some of my works. I hope you will find some encouragement and maybe a part of you in my poetry. Thank you for your time. Enjoy!

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Conrad Abong Franco, Jr reviewed on on Aug. 11, 2018

Mindscape by Wesley Hesketh

It tells a lot of stories which everyone can relate. It even talks about life, dream, nightmares, emptiness, depression, positivity, etc. Powerful poems.

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