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09/04/2014 In Your Eyes 132 Hybronnet
07/13/2014 Two Ravens in the Night 213 Couplet
03/18/2014 His Hands 217 Hybronnet
03/08/2014 Before the Sun Goes Down 250 Quatrain
03/08/2014 Endless Night 97 Rhyme
03/05/2014 Laid to Rest 1196 Elegy
02/25/2014 Reflection 277 Quatrain
02/25/2014 Fishin' 740 Rhyme
02/17/2014 Love Letter 179 Free verse
02/17/2014 Fair Memory 551 Sonnet
02/11/2014 Walk With Me 366 Acrostic
02/05/2014 Lovers' Tryst 373 Sonnet
01/27/2014 Nothing Lost 137 Free verse
01/22/2014 Emma 117 Rhyme
01/22/2014 Injustice 153 Quatrain
01/21/2014 Passing Regret 162 Senryu
01/20/2014 My Rose 265 Free verse
01/20/2014 Life, A Gentle Breeze 261 Prose Poetry
01/20/2014 Awen's Call 127 Free verse
11/13/2013 Above the Blue Twilight 344 Quatrain
11/13/2013 Daffodil Dreams 164 Free verse
11/13/2013 First Embrace 131 Quatrain
11/13/2013 I AM 237 Couplet
11/13/2013 By Your Side 203 Romanticism
11/13/2013 Chance 208 Lanterne
11/06/2013 I Love Mommy Because 681 Quatrain
10/30/2013 Teen Mother 849 Diamante
10/26/2013 The Blood Stained Bridge 782 Heroic Couplets
10/26/2013 To the East 150 Quatrain
10/21/2013 Once More 183 Quatrain
10/21/2013 Eclipse 264 Couplet
10/21/2013 Dreams Unseen 510 Sonnet
10/16/2013 Portrait of a Man 188 Quatrain
10/15/2013 My Bitter Heart 271 Free verse
10/11/2013 Faces of Lonliness 224 Quatrain
10/11/2013 O Love, My Love 343 Quatrain
10/11/2013 I Am Me 254 Free verse
10/11/2013 Siren's Song 315 Prose Poetry
10/11/2013 Twice Born 538 Heroic Couplets
10/11/2013 Rose of White 631 Prose Poetry

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A Little About Me

I was born and raised in Jackson, Michigan; into a large family, the sole product of "His, Her's and Ours" in 1971.  One of my many brothers, and the one I am closest to, both in age and friendship, is my brother, Roger Horsch (also a Souper here).
I married young, in 1991, when my wife and I moved away from Michigan for good to serve in the US Military from 1992-2005, spanning two Gulf Wars.  
23 years of being with my wonderful wife, have produced many joys, the highest of which is my son (now a preteen).  
We currently reside in Florida, USA.

Note to Friends and Visitors

It is with great pleasure and humility that I welcome you to view some of my recent poetry.  I believe there is a little something for everyone who appreciates sincere words from an honest perspective.  

When a person first starts writing poetry, they inevitably write about their own feelings and experiences, both good and bad, as this is often the sole source of inspiration.

As I have matured as a poet, I have been blessed to find inspiration, not only in my own experiences, but in those around me.  So, my readers will soon discover as they view much of my romance and 'love lost' mode of poetry, and the many other forms that my writing takes.

I believe that those who allow themselves to be open to poetic inspiration have a profound responsibility to be the mouthpiece of ageless wisdom, a witness and participant in living and sharing life with others.  Ultimately, my goal is to remove the shell of the man in order to reveal the poetry within.  Please enjoy my poetry, as I greatly enjoy the works of others shared on Poetry Soup.

'It is with a feeling of reckless abandon that I throw down now the chains of social expectation, cast off the shadow of the night and discard the many faces of an otherwise duplicitous nature to simply walk naked in the light of the sun; made vulnerable for all to see, but at least, at last I can breathe.'   (C.T. Britt, 2005)