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Clayton Eicher was born in rural Pennsylvania, surrounded by the stunning flora and fauna of the Appalachian Mountains. After years of being a stonemason, he developed a debilitating nerve disorder. During the last few years of his career, he began to ease his frustrations through poetry. The anger brought on by the limitations of the disease he channeled into verse, and as the love for this beautiful avenue of expression grew, he drew inspiration from those around him and eventually from the magnificent Appalachians of his youth. Not limiting himself to any one style, his poems explore the sunny side of love, delve into the dark corners of the heart, and then sometimes jump into the realm of whimsical silliness.
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