Now and Then, Poems for Eustress represent experience, insight, ideas, introspection, and impression. Some of the poems contain historical content, while others contain contemporary or current trends. Written to provide inspiration, the book is divided into five parts: Historical, Philosophical, Humor, Mythic, and Social Commentary. Consider campus unrest in the ’60s, mythical beasts, rat ranches, cryptids, and coronavirus. In each section, the reader will find the haunting, the violent, the satirical, the realistic, and the metaphorical in an experience that will, like Vonnegut, unstop time.
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