Diary of a Renaissance Man: Axioms, Aphorisms, Art, and Poetryby John D. Evans
Inspired by such literary greats as Paul Laurence Dunbar and Langston Hughes, poet John D. Evans captures the struggle and survival of African American poetry in his fifth book. With titles like The Song of Mockingbirds, Definition of Life, and That Night at the Martinique, the diary reveals messages of life and hope. This ponder-worthy journey will enlighten readers of all ages.
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John D. Evans writes with a passion for his craft. Inspired by literary greats such as Paul Laurence Dunbar, Claude McKay, Langston Hughes, and Countee Cullen, the poetry of John D. Evans is a contemporary classic. Lyric, narrative, dramatic, and epic poetry come alive as he transverses time and brings lessons and confessions to life.