REFLECTIONS ON CHROME
5x8 Paperback 116 pages $12.95
ISBN: 978-09747692-57 PAPERBACK
“A poem should address timeless lessons, ethics and morals
while still being a complete short story with a beginning,
middle and an end presented with precise brevity.”
Everyone has a story to tell. Issues and events become the tenor of our lives. Most are told and retold to friends, then to acquaintances and eventually to anyone who will listen.
These intimate late night lamentations between friends often hold the greatest amount of truth and pain. With the first telling, the raw emotions of the experience and the people involved are exposed without the machinations of embellishment or feigned pity. It is from this initial spark of conversation the story takes on its ability to grow in many different directions, infused with a myriad of festering thoughts and feelings.
All over our world tonight, best friends are hearing for the first time, stories of life’s emotional traumas. Many are taking place as parking lot confessions.