"it's easy to be a bad writer, but it's hard to wake up each day and devote a chunk of your life to bad writing."
Friday, April 18, 2008
A POEM - DOWN TIMES
DOWN TIMES There were so many let-downs, So many disappointments along the way. You wanted to collect them all, Harvest them, even. Sell them like novelty gifts To the people out there who didn’t know What sadness really was.
Jackson Warfield was born in a small town in New Hampshire on a dead end road. He has traveled widely and worked a variety of jobs, from digging ditches to walking dogs. He writes for entertainment, his own and others.