This is an exploration into Nature and its intersection with myth and visions, shown with a deep respect for Ancient Peoples' Spirits. You already know the Answer - you just have to understand the... More > Question.< Less
This exposition of Buster's experiences will enthrall you. He speaks of being a Texan, going in search of wildflowers, reliving the past - and he gets excited about the mouse that's loose in the... More > pantry - for which he vows to build a better trap. There's poetry, letters to long-gone relatives, views of our society, and a humorous view of El Rojo, the finest fowl in the field. Come explore Buster's take on life, spirituality, Nature, and foibles of our society. You'll enjoy this literary romp.< Less
“Old Eagle” tells of his Path through Life. His search for the Great Spirit runs through every page, as he communes with Mother Earth and Father Sky. “Old Eagle” dreams of... More > things to come, things that might have been, and he knows that yesterday is tomorrow. His visions have sometimes come true, sometimes not, but he values the Truth in each one.
Wander through these pages with an open heart and mind. You will find the musings of a man close to the Earth, attuned to the Sky, and always in contact with The Great Spirit. “Old Eagle” invites you to dream with him.< Less
Buster's proximity to The Great Spirit is clearly seen in these stories, as he gives us interpretations of the deep insights and visions he receives in his reveries. A close reading brings us a
clear... More > sense of the Shamanic dances playing in his mind. His references to God, Jesus, Angels and Native American Spirits clearly show The Universal Unity of each and every one of us.< Less
stories and poems on living alone, finding God's Peace, seeing life differently, dances with shadows, learning from memories, writing from the heart, finding solace in solitude after losing one's... More > spouse,< Less
Buster's poems and stories are ruminations on the adjustments one makes after a long life with a spouse comes to an end - leaving only her spirit to talk with. In these short reads, you can find joy,... More > gratitude, relief, and most of all, memories both glad and sad, deep and shallow, fleeting and forever.
There is a drawback, however - Buster's memories are only 91 years long. Some people have memories centuries long. He said he didn't want to have to make up that much stuff, so he's going with what's handy.< Less
Poems about Life and Love, living alone after my wife's death and my views of life in an empty house, remembering the joys of young love and how everyday life can show you love in many different... More > ways. I write about how life feels now, how my days go, and some of the experiences I've had in 90 years.< Less