From Microbe to Consciousness
From two Chihuahuas running
free to the aged writer trapped in the dusty garret of his mind, this
collection of poems evokes a variety of thoughts and emotions. It might even
rekindle some old curiosities, move some to ask new questions, some whys and
what ifs, maybe confront some of our “certainties.” Lou’s poetry reflects his
keen interest in the human condition, our behaviors, relationships, beliefs and
ideologies, our science.
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And Then the Monarchs Flew Away
At thirty-three, Bill Mason
is a self-made man, a fishing guide, fulltime charter boat captain. He and
Beth, his wife of two years, and their friends, Buck and Toby Silas, are following
their dreams, living a full, rich life in Key West. Edgar Stanky was Chief Financial
Officer for a major multi-national corporation. Upon retiring, Edgar and his
wife Ariel leave the convention of corporate life in the Midwest and move to
Key West where they find an exhilarating new life. They form friendships with
the Masons and the Silas brothers, and eventually inspire Bill Mason to reveal
the remarkable story of his childhood and his life in Key West.
This story plumbs the depths
of man’s questions about existence, the human condition, providence, and the
coming together of disparate lives. It’s a story of friendship, love, loss, and
the eventual triumph of the human spirit.
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