Author Archives: Tyler Fugazzie
here’s a bit of what i’ve been up to: i released a collection of nine-word poems, Melon Cereal, available for free as a PDF http://www.tylerfugazzie.com/read-melon-cereal/ i’ve been writing blog-like pieces: http://www.tylerfugazzie.com/you-are-not-what-you-do-and-you-are-not-you/ i’ve been writing short stories: one was written as ten consecutive one-on-one confrontations that escalate from petty to pretty heavy. http://www.tylerfugazzie.com/versus/ another involved me being […]
April is National Poetry Month It’s also the month I was born in (It also better be when the warm weather finally comes) To celebrate, I’ll be releasing a new work from The Bronze Age every day Be sure to check louderwords.org for the exclusive sneak peeks into my upcoming book!
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Originally posted on Amazing Nature:
This old man can show you what it’s like to be a hero. He doesn’t have much, but he possesses compassion that is more valuable than any pile of gold. When you see what the 99 year-old does every day, you’ll realize that superheroes are real. They just aren’t who…