Bag of Disease

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iUniverse, Feb 13, 2007 - Poetry
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This is a collection of writings that cover a lifetime through the author's eyes. Regarded as ramblings by the author, his intention was not to see the writings published. Instead, they were a necessary release from the never-ending assault of beliefs that were accumulating inside his head.

From the confused vision of a teenager to the increasing self-aware and paranoid thoughts of an adult, the writings reflect the way through which the author sees the world when his vision is through the eyes of a distorted and damaged mind.

Perhaps the most telling indication of this skewed view of self and world is that the author has no horror stories to tell. The clich d claims of dysfunctional family or abuse are never used. Instead, in his mind, the writings tell the story of an insane world witnessed by a very sane person.

As the writings were never intended for public consumption, the author scribbled them down on scraps of paper, napkins, in notebooks -- on virtually anything he could find. He carried these passages around for over 20 years in a black leather bag. He called this bag his "Bag of Disease."

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