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Bull head is a medley of writings exploring a wide variety of subjects, emotions and life events. Taken as a whole it gives tremendous insight into the mind and heart of a young man coming of age in America during the 1990s. Readers will surely identify with many pieces and the myriad themes of humanity explored. The first sections contains works of prose ranging from the intensely romantic to the peculiarly fascinating.The second section includes works of poetry grouped into the time period in which they were written. The themes again vary widely, covering universal experiences such as love,…mehr

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Bull head is a medley of writings exploring a wide variety of subjects, emotions and life events. Taken as a whole it gives tremendous insight into the mind and heart of a young man coming of age in America during the 1990s. Readers will surely identify with many pieces and the myriad themes of humanity explored. The first sections contains works of prose ranging from the intensely romantic to the peculiarly fascinating.The second section includes works of poetry grouped into the time period in which they were written. The themes again vary widely, covering universal experiences such as love, death, depression and the monotony of everyday life. As time progresses the poems evolve in style and subject matter. Throughout the book the reader will notice and appreciate the influence of a great many writers. Nevertheless, the poetry is original and truly offers a unique perspective.
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Hello! Thank you for picking up a copy of Bull Head. I'm Brian and I live and work in Ohio. I hope you enjoy these pieces of prose and poetry written when I was a younger man. Today when I read them I recall the naive and idealistic boy who was just setting forth in life. Though my experiences have since humbled me, I still relate to the very honest and romantic themes contained in these works. There is a youthful wonder to life, and I never want to forget that... www.digitalalphabet.com/contact