I had a hard time making friends when I was growing up, and started keeping journals at about age 12 (middle school sucked!). I ended up developing some poetry during my senior year of high school - mostly to overcome some traumatic experiences that I couldn't talk to anyone about. When I was attending Indiana University Southeast for a year, I met a very special person, Michel Rogers, who encouraged me to develop my poetry and short stories. I changed my major at Purdue to Creative Writing, and continued to cultivate my habit of expresing myself on paper. I was published back in 1992 and 1993 in the Literary Editions of The Purdue Exponent, but have never tried to become famous from my scribblings. I hope you enjoy them, and they speak to you like they speak to me.
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