The story of one young man crossing the burning bridge between innocence and experience, Spring’s Fall is a narrative dramatic poem comprised of several stand-alone poems about fitting in and falling out, finding oneself and losing oneself, and discovering the meanings of life, love, and identity. An unusual but familiar coming-of-age narrative, Spring’s Fall is a poem written in an unfashionable style that represents both the uniqueness and awkwardness felt by many adolescents trying to find their place in a world seemingly made for everyone else but them. On sale for $2.99 for a limited time at Amazon.
It’s been in print for eight years and, during that time, it’s likely fewer than eight have read it all the way through, and even more likely even fewer have understood what they were reading. It is for those very few (and for those who may daringly attempt to read it in the future) that I have posted a detailed synopsis of the The Black Ball, a dramatic narrative poem or, if you prefer, a verse novel. The Black Ball: The Synopsis…
To those of you who were waiting with bated breath… Please note the entirety of the narrative dramatic poem Spring’s Fall has finally been posted. You may find it in the “Collections” section.