These poems cover the emotional range of the author's life, from the adoration of pure nature in his native Ohio to the maddening frustration of contemporary politics; from the often overlooked minutiae of an autumn day to the ponderous weight of the death of a distant father. Poetry for meditation or grim irony, there is something here for everyone who occasionally steps back, and looks, and listens.
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About the Author
William Sam Warner is a theorist and historian of monotheism and Islamic art. He has taught at Christopher Newport and Old Dominion Universities. He is married, has two children and three grandchildren. He lives in central Virginia.