Breaking: “Fast-moving plot and skillful characterization.” “This book unifies within it the principles of major Science-Fiction literature.” (See Books)
- The world is a “very narrow bridge,” the saying goes, but don’t be afraid to cross it into the realm of memories and dreams.
- To help you along as you enter my realm, and smooth your way as you explore it in depth, here’s a “very simple poem.”
My Childhood’s Sea
My childhood sustains me in my
adulthood, and here’s why:
When I see a brown summer road,
crossing a field carpeted by green grass,
and bordered by a tall cypress grove;
I imagine a narrow white path trailing
away from it, leading down to a yellow sandy beach, beyond which lies only the wide blue sea.
My journey ends there, on the shore of my childhood’s sea,
where the waves recognize my small footprints;
where the breeze remembers my innocent smile;
where the realm of my memories and dreams begins.
By Hillel F. Damron. To contact him, click here