Why does a wake-up have to be so... awakening?
Another excerpt, this one from the tale of a man who is trying to escape conviction by hiding evidence
Backpacking and poetry, the wonderful mixture of nature, strife, and art.
A dream inspired by the Tanana River meets the feeling of being lonely in a new town; the question of whether to stay and adjust or go back, and an answer from the subconscious
"Alone" by Edgar Allen Poe
Dedicated to the dive bar, The Marlin, in Fairbanks, Alaska and their weekly Open Mic Night events that was worth losing sleep over in the middle of a busy week.
A poem written during a major lifestyle transition
Driving near the coastline when hit by the scent of the ocean, I pulled off on a busy highway to write this piece.
An ode to the unique feeling found only in heart-racing affections
The conflict between desires, obligations, and the accommodation of a day and night schedule inspire an ode to the little quip of mortality that is analogous to sleepfulness and wakefulness; the unknown that we all must come to know and inevitable feeling of loss