Brian J. Mueller lives in Dayton, Ohio. He spends his days working as a graphic and web designer, but not before waking up with a cup of tea and some poetry. He tries to write daily after spending some time in contemplation. It is with a bit of nostalgia he publishes Complete Bull. Though he has crossed over into a much larger universe, he realizes there will be no end to the challenges life presents. He prays only for the desire and strength to continue towards new horizons… Learn more about Brian’s work at DigitalAlphabet.com. There you can subscribe to Brian’s Poem of the Day, delivered free to your email inbox.
Complete Bull: My journey to connect mind, body and soul is a poetry anthology of the collected works of poet Brian J. Mueller. Comprised of Bull Head (2002), Bull Heart (2015) and More Bull (2016), Complete Bull is a chronicle of spiritual growth through the many challenges and experiences of life.
Tomorrow Could Be Wonderful: 365 Selections from Brian’s Poem of the Day is a collection of poetry which began as an ambitious project called Brian’s Poem of the Day. The goal was to send an original poem each day by email to a list of subscribers. The first of these poems was published on Friday, July 22, 2016 and appropriately titled Carpe Diem.
Poetry is not some esoteric art, practiced by cloistered academics. Rather it is the language of nature in which we are all fluent. These poems are the product of time spent together, where we summoned our own inner poet to help us makes sense of our life experiences. The poems in this collection are generously shared by the brothers who submitted them.
More Bull is the third collection of poetry published by Brian Mueller. His earlier collections Bull Head (2002) and Bull Heart (2015) explored familiar themes of growing up, romantic love, and the sometimes inevitable falling apart of relationships. The poems in More Bull mark a transition for Brian into a new chapter of life, one in which themes of surrender, and simplicity come to the front.
Bull Head is a collection of writings exploring a wide variety of subjects, emotions and life events. Taken as a whole it gives tremendous insight into the mind and heart of a young man coming of age in America during the 1990s. Readers will surely identify with many pieces and the many life themes Brian explores...
Bull Heart is a collection of poems chronicling more than a year spent processing and recovering from divorce. These poems not only address the pain, sadness, and anger one feels at the end of a marriage, but also the transformation of this great anguish through the overwhelming surrender to something greater.