I've always had a love of numbers, and to me, poetrys math in worded motion. Unfortunately for the people i know, my mind mostly thinks in rhyme and numerical comparisons. I'm too literal for them. Maybe that's why i write in a simple style for all to understand.
As a child, i wrote to cope with the stress of growing up in a large family. As a result, today most of my writing is a collection of abstract observations and statements about what i see around me, such as, "Writing not of pretty roses, theur essence i can't net, I have to write of thorns, that in our prospects get."
In a Pile has no one theme, hence its title. It's a miscellany of simple written poetic statements about love, loss, nature and the abstract peculiarities of life in general.
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This book has a little something for everybody. I'm not the biggest fan of poetry but it's got an inate way of dragging you in.