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TITLE (EDIT)
Evolving To Simplicity; Our Lack Of Human Evolution
DESCRIPTION
A few thoughts on why our species is incapable of achieving peace at this particular time. My belief that it begins with one and with some insight into where I came from, I know that if I can do it, we all can.
[5,571 words]
AUTHOR
Branson Storm
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
37 year old TEXAN. Desert recluse. Lover of vast space with no people to fuck it up, certain tobacco products, single malt scotch, politics, literature, beautiful women and all animals. My best friend is God. Please drive to the window...
[June 2003]
AUTHOR'S E-MAIL ADDRESS
[email protected]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (25)
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Casa Cantina De Loco (Short Stories) Crazy man, his favorite poet, Rainer Maria Rilke, and a sexy young girl... Marshall struggles with the complexity of gaining a new, less experienced lover or exploring the true reason for his post-div... [4,040 words]
Chemo Pastry Party (Short Stories) Miles walks through a dream induced by the drugs of his chemotherapy. [1,096 words]
Gone And Forgotten (Poetry) Death can only kill the memory. [115 words]
Heather Dream 4,836 (Poetry) Another tease from the ghost of my soulmate. [131 words]
Idee Fixe (Poetry) She's caught in my head. [37 words]
I'm Psychotic And So Is My Friend Episode Six (Short Stories) From a collection of 'episodes' following two lifelong friends; one being obsessive compulsive, the other sadistically maniacal. [1,352 words]
Kirby & I (Poetry) A late night walk in the desert with my cat, Kirby. [117 words]
Kissing My Spanish Woman (Short Stories) The time I kissed a very beautiful, younger girl and found out the value of such a kiss. [1,970 words]
Leaving On (Poetry) Words to family and friends prior to departing for a life of solitude. [208 words]
Life On The Vine (Poetry) A question of one's place and when or if it will ever change. [117 words]
Miles J. Jax, An Early Day In The Life (Short Stories) This section is an early excerpt from my novel. It will hopefully give the reader insight into the calamity of a broken-hearted man with two true loves, Lauren and fishing. [4,566 words]
My First Ann Coulter Poem (Poetry) A poem about how I feel when watching and listening to the thoughts and ideas of the Constitutional Attorney and author, Ann Coulter. [162 words]
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"I find myself often drawn to your work and commenting upon it just as often, because as it stands you are probably the most gifted poet upon this site, with Sooz a close second. Although this particular work isn't poetry, it does have that melodious qualty. For "Evoking..." a reader must literally brace him/herself, because it does have a sufficient emotional impact. However it begins with a stutter step "Iím donít pester." The rest of the grammar looks mint throughout, but that initial mistake might disuade a reader from looking beyond that first word. I assume this article is biographical, and in that case I commend you for putting your past out there and on the line. As always you give significant social commentary, whether your readers agree with you or not. This is the hallmark of a great journalist. --The Advisor" -- JA St.George.
"my review is that it is good enough to our lack of human evolution..." -- kashif fakhruddin, karachi, pakistan, sindh.

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© 2002 Branson Storm
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
May 2002
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