Six Feet Down is a collection of poems that break through the walls of idealism and naiveté. The voices are mature with respect for mortality, regret and the empty promise of broken dreams. Lost love, materialism, alienation, and the need for purpose are a few of the themes and threads that tie these visions together. Six Feet Down is a walk through memory and time-a passage through the inevitable-the truth of what is.
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About the Author
Michael Kasenow is a novelist, poet and scientist, and is currently a geology professor at Eastern Michigan University. He is the author of fourteen science books, the critically acclaimed novel, The Last Paradise, and the award winning collection of poems, Six Feet Down. He has traveled extensively and lived in many places among a variety of unique personalities. His lifetime resume includes waiter, cab driver, bartender, lumberman, janitor, butcher, and ranch hand in New Mexico. These experiences add authenticity to his written work. He lives in a Michigan harbor town, enjoying blueberries and the west waves of Lake Michigan.