The Problem With Revolution continues the poetic journey, which began with Shattered Images, moving from angst to weariness and wisdom paid in pain.
As the Nomads of Generation X continue their... More > lonely travels through a world where they've never been completely welcome, they must nevertheless try and understand it as best they can, even when it feels as if everything's coming apart at the seams.
Nevertheless, even in the midst of the worst turmoil, there are often rare moments of beauty and serenity to be found, which are as precious as they are ephemeral...< Less
A quarter-century of Generation X poetry in genres and styles including: Juvenilia, Atmospheric, Environmental, Teen-Angst, Whimsy, Humour, Gratuitously Offensive, Psychedelic Experimentation, Anger,... More > Lamentations, Stream Of Consciousness, Beat Poetry, Memorials, and Themed Pieces.< Less
The next stop along a poetic journey, which began with "Shattered Images", and continued with "The Problem With Revolution"; the overarching theme of "Sooner or Later,... More > They'll Turn on You!" is one of betrayal.
We betray our family, we betray our so-called 'friends', we betray those, who care about us, we betray our community, our society, and our nation, but most of all, we betray our own ethics and beliefs.
Worst of all, is that betrayal doesn't always go to the highest bidder. Sometimes the greatest betrayals are bought and sold for worthless trinkets, and empty promises...< Less