Albion, RI (PRWEB) October 18, 2011
Ralph Waldo Emerson once said, As long as a man stands in his own way, everything seems to be in his way. With inspiration from famed authors such as Robert Frost, Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson, Don J. Metivier now pens his own philosophical observations through verse in Poems from the Mind of a Madman: Passionate Works of Poetry For Modern Times (published by AuthorHouse).
From lifes little curiosities to major ongoing world conditions, my writings will provide the reader with an opportunity for greater personal reflection, says Metivier.
From Poems from the Mind of a Madman:
Most of the time, they are good
We made all the lifes choices we could
But, when did you last take a look?
Checkmates at hand when the pawn beats the rook
Falling from grace, is the angels fate
Never reaching the magic of Heavens gate
How about you, will you choose right, and are you worth it?
Did you go through life honest, or did you fake it?
About the Author
Don J. Metivier is a highly decorated retired United States Air Force Master Sergeant. He has successfully completed the top military academy for non-commissioned officers. Additionally, he holds an Associate of Arts degree, along with post-graduate studies in psychology and humanities. He has travelled to many locations throughout the world and has lived among different cultures. Post military, Metivier served over four years as a police, fire and rescue dispatcher. He is a native of Rhode Island and presently lives alone in Albion, Rhode Island.
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