For me, poetry has been a tremendous help during darker times.

It has also been there when I was walking on clouds.

The Snowflake

My first stint at poetry, The Snowflake, is an interpretation of a lost soul. (Spring ‘87)

Walls

A dialogue between Ego and Id occurs in Walls. (Spring ‘87)

The manboy’s Death

the manboy’s Death was my battle of self-preservation during a time of depression. (Spring ‘90)

The Vision

In The Vision, you get a symbolic glimpse of one person’s view on life. (Fall ‘91)

Here Lies

Have you ever wondered what would be your epitaph? Here Lies… mine. (Spring ‘93)

Journey Home

A man travels on a Journey Home to lay his mother to rest. (Spring ‘93)

The Confessor

A man on death row divulges his motives in The Confessor, perhaps the darkest poem I’ve written. (Spring ‘93)

The Pain

Have you ever wondered what would be your epitaph? Here Lies… mine. (Spring ‘93)

The Scepter

Imagery abounds in The Scepter keeping the truth hidden until the end. (Spring ‘93)

The Vampire

The Vampire describes a scene in nature that I saw on the Discovery channel. (Spring ‘93)

The Feast

Sin is on the menu in The Feast, but can you afford the tip? (Spring ‘94)

For Years

For Years is a poem about finding your someone to love. (1995)

Nature’s Mourning

Nature’s Mourning describes how I felt and how I began to overcome the tragedy of September 11, 2001

Dangerous Awakenings

Be careful of Dangerous Awakenings, a poem inspired by a dream within a dream. (Spring 2003)

First Sight

Do you believe in love at First Sight? (Spring 2003)

The Kiss

Have you thought what The Kiss would feel like? (Spring 2003)

The Church and the Forest

I explore an analogy between the Church (Christianity) and the Forest (Agnosticism) in the appropriately titled, The Church and The Forest. (Spring ‘94)

Passion

What Passion burns in your soul? (2008)