We sometimes view the past through rose-colored glasses. House of the Wind is a collection of poems written during the turbulent times of the early 1970s. With Vietnam on the forefront, racial equality a lesson trying to be learned, and a generation rebelling against the establishment, you had a period rich in expression both in the printed page, the arts, and vocal lyrics. House of the Wind is about those troubled times and how they affected one young writer’s view of himself, life in general, and the rest of the world. Today, after many years in a closed file drawer, these poems are resurrected to see the light of a new era and a new century, and yet somehow, these same words still reflect the mood and uneasiness of these new troubled times. Some say history repeats itself, and perhaps in this case, life seems to repeat itself as well as social order and disorder.
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