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About R.E.W

I am author, artist, history buff, wishing to share these three passions of mine with anyone who cares to read this blog. The main drive between these three deep interests of mine is imagination.

History isn't just people and events in a dusty book. Writing isn't just words in a tome. Art isn't just random images in a photograph, sketch or painting. I'll give you examples of what they really are.

Category Archives: Poetry

Doubt

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A week or so ago I wrote this poem. Draw from it what you feel when you read it. It has special context . . . many of us may … Continue reading

To thee, Goddess Athena

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For a contest, I wrote this poem–in it the speaker addresses the Greek Goddess Athena, who emerged from the ancient pagan culture of Greece.  When I submitted it I also … Continue reading

The Ghost in the Attic

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In 2009 I wrote a rather spectral, ominous poem that I have forgotten till now.  If you can, try to discern the patent warning in the lines. An old house … Continue reading

The sixth month

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June My mother month, my days of sweetness, of blossoming summer and life ‘Tis the month of beginning—my beginning.  Leads me like the pied piper’s fife Into the years to … Continue reading

Pacific

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One of my more recent poems.  Can you guess what it is about? Pacific   Ere thrashes foaming waves on the turf Of rocky coasts, black and weathered, with no … Continue reading

Across a Battlefield

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A poem I wrote for history writing course in school.   “Coming! They’re coming!” The gale conveyed to blue-clads “Rebels are coming!” All eyes anxiously turned to Distant, vast, gray … Continue reading

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