Somewhere in between black and white, there is gray. Not all good or all bad. Not one extreme or the other. Just life.
The poems contained herein deal with the in-betweens of life. Not the absolutes but the grays. The smaller moments. These are the quiet dreams and visions that don’t explode in bright colors but exist in the less defined corridors of the mind and in everyday life.
About the Author
Now turning gray himself, the author has spent a lifetime exploring the spaces in between black and white. He has written over 10,000 poems, many of which have been published in previous collections.