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ABOUT ME

I've always wanted to be a writer. Even before I enjoyed reading, I admired the profession. I had several literary attempts throughout childhood: I wrote little kids' stories when I was seven or eight, attempted several unfinished horror stories in my preteen years, a fantasy novel in my early high school days, as well as some plays and short stories during that same time period (none of which I finished).

I started writing poetry in highshool. I've worked on other projects, but poetry has been my primary literary genre for the past 15 years or so.

My style has evolved overtime. I've experimented with different topics and forms. Sometimes it works out and other times it doesn't. I've been influenced by books and poetry I've read, by movies I've seen, and by music I listen to. I try to create something unique and incorporate my own personal experiences.

Happy writing,
- Thomas Perdue




Thomas Perdue

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MY TEXTS, Archive 235 Texts

i forgot who i was (2) - 2014-02-15
petulance (contains some strong language) (6) - 2014-02-13
jack kerouac - 2014-02-09
after the rain (1) - 2014-02-09
dead flower bud (1) - 2014-02-01
resignations of an untainted mind - 2014-01-13
images of christ (a work in progress) - 2013-12-31
shamanic café (1) - 2013-12-22
movie scene poverty - 2013-11-18
latin dictionaries and coffee houses in new york city (1) - 2013-10-31
acorn driveway (2) - 2013-10-14
the grand journey (2) - 2013-10-09
bus ride on a rainy morning (4) - 2013-10-06
the techno king - 2013-08-18
tea stained spirit (2) - 2013-08-12
dead leaves dancing in the wind while i get high on caffeine and night air (1) - 2013-01-25
the twelfth day of christmas (1) - 2013-01-16
the funeral procession (2) - 2012-12-27
seek peace in silence - 2012-12-22
crystallised philosophy - 2012-12-19


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"forgotten nights beget forgotten lives"

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