Collecting four sections of award-winning poetry and thought-provoking satirical essays featuring themes of dark, love, general, and poetic prose, these works are honest, direct (if elusive in their language) and shocking. They may leave a bad taste in the cerebral mouth with the intention of pulling something out of the soul to bare yourself naked before God. Each essay is written with humorous sarcasm and reveals symptoms America has manifested in its recent history to confidently predict that as we continue we will see the "Suicide of a Nation." What precedes the book's conclusion cannot compare with the profound truth reflected in the poetic prose "Children of the Sacred Tree." Seemingly the story of humanity's destruction of a distant planet, the poem is a mirror of the soul. The epic poem stands on its own and leaves you to ponder in somber silence.
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