Forrest Hamer 1956 -

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As an Englishman living in the Canary Islands: a writer and poet, I came across Forrest´s poems on the Internet and was immediately drawn to his style of writing. The poem Origins had a profound impact on me as Forrest touched on the subjects of sexual orientation and race. As I am visiting the UK in August I intend to buy the three books, ¨Rift¨, ¨Middle Ear¨and ¨Call & Response¨. Should Forrest ever write an autobiography then I would be first in the queue. Keep writing Forrest and thank you. Keith Jeffries
Many things in life were told not to do! Life's Magic teaches us to undo!
Hello Forrest. My name is Larry B. Stell; just completed a book of poetry and I have several poems on this website, poemhunter.com, under my name. Your comments in the poem, Lesson, reminded me of a trip I took from a university summer program in Colorado back to Little Rock, Arkansas. The director asked if Jimmy Lieb, a student (African American) could ride with me and my German wife back to Little Rock, about 1965....my wife and I were refused service in a restaurant in Oklahoma but the owner said he had to, by law, serve Jimmy. I think I will use this as a theme in a forthcoming poem.......any ideas? Larry B. Stell, poet/writer
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