Creative Works by Yours Truly
Well folks, this is my work. Either ya like it or ya hate it. Hopefully
you like it, but if you don't, that's fine. I'd appreciate any input
either way. This is the closest I've ever come to having any published
work. Which of course it isn't, but it's available to the public either
way. Take a look and tell me what you think!
- Edgar Allen Poe
My father wrote this for his father, my grandfather, for Father's Day as
he was dying of cancer. It is a very special poem.
This is an old friend of mine who wrote some incredible poetry. They don't think so and so I'm going
keep the author anonymous so as not to upset the author with my online display of their work.
- Shel Silverstein
Roald Dahl, the wonderous children's author has provided me with a couple more poems for my list. Both
are sure to be recognized as from James and the Giant Peach. But they're cute and
nonsensical which is fun to enjoy.
I found this poem in my English class and just thought it was really
neat.. really gives you pause to think.
Carl Gustave Jung
Dr. Jung is well known for work in psychology. This look into the human
spirit is a good example of that in depth experience.
Thomas Henry Huxley
I found this quote of this author in a fantasy novel and I thought it
very striking. Sorta gives you an interesting perspective on life and
our place in it.
This is a very poignant piece from a psychology book no less. The first
time I heard it, I almost immediately went out and bought the book.