I've been writing music and poetry since I was very young. I grew up in the suburbs and loved nature, the paranormal, astronomy, theology, and philosophy. Aside from a few authors, (H.P. Lovecraft, Stephen King, J.R.R. Tolkien.)Most of my real influences were musicians, Poets, scientists, film directors, artists, and people I've known throughout my life.
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Yet another reason why you shouldn't go into the water. This is dedicated to the sludge in the lake. Enjoy.
From "The Mesh". I've always enjoyed ghost stories. I would guess many sightings are bogus but there is no real telling how our surroundings really work.
Old Mother Insomnia
For my Grandmother, the other ship passing in the night. Goodnight and rest in peace.
Highways of America
A simple parable about good and evil. Once again, these are fictional and I don't base these off of real people.
On Identity Theft
This is something that others and myself have had to deal with before. Identity theft is a growing issue in the world around us and I think everyone should be aware of it.
Boots and Iron
May this day bring peace, joy, and happiness to all of those who have served our country. Let us remember all of the the sacrifices made by those who protect us and our ways of life.
A Christmas Poem
Here, we have a fairly pleasant Christmas poem. It's a friendly twist from my normal works, but anyway, Merry Christmas to all.
The Mark Of the Tiger
Based on the folklore of Siberia, a man who steals a tiger kill is cursed with what is referred to as "The mark of the tiger". Any person who bears the mark of the tiger is shunned by the locals. Includes Of Storms and Sailors and War of the Spiders. Any likenesses are strictly coincidental.
I've always loved the autumn and spring. Most can agree on winter but I never really cared for the summer months. Any likenesses are strictly coincidental.
The Arloa is a sci-fi fantasy put to poetry. It begins with the shiny metal story teller and two strange tales of wonder. Includes The Book of the Norda and The Story of Ada. Any likenesses are strictly coincidental.
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