Denis Kucharski (November 17,1976 / Medina, Ohio)
Biography of Denis Kucharski
Having written thousands of poems, dozens of short stories and three novels, Denis Kucharski grew up and was educated in Northeastern Ohio. His primary influences include Herman Hesse, Robert McGovern, Albert Camus, Fyodor Dostoevsky and the philosophy of Nietszche.
My blog is located at http: //www.djklaw.blogspot.com
Denis Kucharski's Works:
Three novels, published on the Internet as:
'The Generation X'ers'
'Confessions of a Hermit'
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- 1000 Poems
- A Ballad From Lonely Mr. Smith
- A Big Steaming Pile of Poetry
- A Breathless Sunbeam
- A Christmas Ornament
- A Continuity of Space And Time
- A Dirge For Icarus
- A Funny Clown
- A Ginsbergian Relinquishment
- A Holding Hand
- A Little Security
- A Momentary Glory
- A New Challenge Has Dawned
- A New Ipod
Today I've been working very hard, toiling to buy time
So that we might spend it together.
I've been desperately searching, scratching
At the earth of life, filing, scraping
A meager den and furrow
So that we might nourish each other
And nature has given few things freely
As Adam's curse scratches back at us
The dirt doth freely humor find