1800 Indigo House - Excerpts from a Life
Poetry and Excerpts of the adventures that life brings to you from the time you are born to the time you leave this planet. In the middle of all this life is other human beings contributing to the way that we perceive our life and how you react to it, in the final analysis when you reach a certain maturity. Each poem is a story of a life and time and each excerpt paints a small picture of that time, then they are all broken up into phases.
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