The Great Expansion: Prose and Poetry

Overview

A must-read handbook/guide for the modern day poet.

Timothy Michael Earwood re-introduces us to all that is sacred; all that is us, and to all that is. One word means many and time after time of reading the prose and poetry, one can begin to understand what's real and what's REAL.

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Overview

A must-read handbook/guide for the modern day poet.

Timothy Michael Earwood re-introduces us to all that is sacred; all that is us, and to all that is. One word means many and time after time of reading the prose and poetry, one can begin to understand what's real and what's REAL.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780595195015
  • Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 8/1/2001
  • Pages: 108
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.26 (d)

Table of Contents

Ode to Poetry 1
Expountion 2
Something 3
You'll Never Know Me 4
March 5
Skipping 6
The Blues 7
Irony of Life 8
KRC 9
Dusk, Facing West 10
Afterlife 11
A lone vision 12
Seize the Day 13
Game of Life 14
This Kiss 15
Sounds like the weak crying out 16
Trarattar 17
Great Expansion 18
In Therapy 1 19
Crazy like the Wind 20
Gravely 21
Out of Work 22
One 23
Deluded by Simplicity 24
Sonnet #1 25
3D 26
Anonymous 27
The Seasons Change 28
Poor Freedom 29
Fishing 30
Blue Bird 31
Night 32
Whores of the World 33
In Space 34
In the Mouth of Madness 35
Love's Safe 36
Diety 37
Kerouac's Hope 38
Ode to Wife 39
Up, Up, Up 40
Parting the Sea 41
The Beat, the New Beat 42
Live for life to live 43
It's one in the morning, That Lusts Life 45
Open Eyes 46
Age of Aquarius 47
Royal Babies 48
Running and Hiding from Myself 49
Time 50
Tribute to the Unknown Soldier 51
Smells like halloween 52
The Realm Between Here and Now 53
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 25, 2004

    an author, a poet and so much......

    timothy michael earwood has so much talent,he has a gift.timothy has always went for the things he was very good at and of course he has done it again he wont stop,thats a good thing if your good at it and can do it go for it and that is what he does im so proud of my little brother.im not saying these things because he is my brother,it because he is good at what he does and im sure so many other people agree.if you havent read his proes and poetry,the great expansion ,i say go for it you will love it but dont take what im saying and believe buy it read it and you will agree

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 30, 2001

    Timothy has redefined Poetry

    Timothy Michael Earwood will emerge as one of the great poets of the 21st century. If poetry becomes popular, then Timothy will be credited for it's advent.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 2, 2001

    Poetry for the heart and the head.

    I found this book to be a raw and marvelous explanation of human id ,ego, and superego...wrought with emotions that tugged at my heart strings and yet harsh words that made me become introspective of the simple and complicated thing that is my life. How can we feel the deepness of love and at the same time understand that love is nothing but a fleeting thought and concept? Timothy defines life beautifully.

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