"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."
Thursday, November 20, 2008
POEM - BY THE RAVINE
BY THE RAVINE out there on that patio the ravine right over the fence dry, jagged mountains at the edge of town it was always too hot in the sun too cold in the shade made me think of life how for many it’s either too much or too little
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.