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“All my life I've looked at words as though I were seeing them for the first time.” ~ Ernest Hemingway
The poems that follow remind us what could have been if Ernie had persisted on his youthful poetic vision which was inspired by his early religious training and the beauty of Petoskey.
Each poem, written in the spirit of Hemingway ( not a parody), by Author David Wyant would stand on it's own merits; however, when viewed as a haunting of Hemingway's, they will take on another
mysterious spiritual dimension.
Early fame had blinded Hemingway to ever giving thanks to God for his remarkable talent. Unfortunately, he began to believe his own press releases and the hard-boiled image created by publisher and tabloid alike.
Herein, we find a spirit that serves to polish Hem's tarnished image.
Had his vision stayed Petoskey-pure and had he pursued a personal Walk With The Lord, his poetry might have looked like this: