My poetry is inspired by urban idealism and philosophical madness. My poems are inspired by themes of pure composition. I'm fond of Roethke's theory emphasizing stressed syllables, Dickinson's abstraction and energy, and Coleridge's sense for sentences, and Blake's sense of sketching symbology. I have published a variety of books, including the poetry books listed below. I also have been quoted in Book Forum and the Hartford Courant in relation to philosophy, and I am a member of the International Honor Society for Philosophy.
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- There's Only A Handful of Forms (Song/ P...
- He Assesses This, A Work of War
- God In The Box
- Grudge of the Universe
- A Desert of Aridity
- A Philosophical Web
- A Hectic Word for a Hectic World, Part I...
- Maya, Frozen in your Cage, you are Immor...
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