Over the last thirty years I have been inspired to write a countless number of poems. Some are serious and inspiring, some just silly and fun. One year I wrote a poem every day incorporating that day's chronological number (i.e. January 1st = 1, December 31st = 365) into the poem. Occasionally a poem inspires a melody and it will metamorphose into a song.
In 1973 I published a double book of my poetry "unrestrained madness" which features both of my previously unavailable collections of poems "peace of mind for all mankind" and "complications are the best way to get anywhere". Then in 1980 I published my second book "frozen rainbows" which contains poems from two of my performance pieces, "The Second Art Project" and "Natural Dreams" as well as poems from my travels up and down the California coast.
Some of my poems have also had the good fortune to have graced the pages of several journals, newsletters and magazines including the literary journal "Skywriters" and the self-expression magazine "PostScript."