Dissident, saturated in the political contamination of greed, there, wherever the force pulls upon you, their marionette.

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At what point will we be washing off the threat of the Corona virus with its intruding mask and antibacterial scent? Will it fall with a thunderous thud belly-smacking the asphalt on a long July day? Inescapable the reflection of confirmation last second, realizing the error in your ways then thud.

Cement kisses like grandma use to make them.

I’m not sure my heart can handle bumping into one more creepy s.o.b. wearing a gas mask in the grocery store. That damn bright light bulb in the sky! Whomever installed that beast needs a beating. It’s weird coming back into the daytime hours after being a vampire for so long.

Well, enough of the theatrics. Blog today is way happier mood. I received a review yesterday from a talented reviewer over at Madhatter Reviews. I’m mind blown, made my day and I must share it with everyone.  The treasure awaits you here.

Excerpts from the review….
Poetry has to be able to make us stop, to listen. Jim Miller knows this. His poetry does exactly that. 

Writing about love is hard; even more so, in poetry. It will always draw comparisons. Miller establishes an authentic voice, one not afraid show the emotional side of modern masculinity. He puts you right there, where he was, at times, boldly attempting to write from “within” love and explain its myriad nature. Of course, no individual can. Yet, in attempting it, a difference is made. It’s hard to be heard. Miller’s efforts are well worth your own, to listen.
 
Written by: Benjamin Cassidy
Published: 15th April 2020

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James (Jim) Miller was born in the late 1970s in a rural, little, northern Indiana farm community. He grew up between Indiana, Florida and a short stint in the New York area. He attended Vincennes University (Indiana) where he majored in English-Creative Writing, Journalism and Music-Audio Recording. During his time as a student, he held an editor position for 4 semesters at the university newspaper, The Trailblazer. James is a lifelong writer, a lover of new experiences, people and travel. Currently, he is employed as an auto factory assembly worker and part-time cook in Indiana. A couple of earlier poems of his were published in The Tecumseh Review (Vincennes University) in 2000 and various anthologies between 1997 and 2000. He releases a regular poetry series "Ghost in the Reflection" every other week on Channillo.com and on April 20th, 2019, his debut solo collection "A Footnote for Tomorrow" released and remains available for purchase.
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