John Bliven Morin

Rookie (September 16th,1936 / New London, CT)

Biography of John Bliven Morin

John Bliven Morin poet

I was born in CT but raised in New Smyrna Beach, FL. The first poems of mine selected for publication appeared in the now defunct literary magazine De Novo (Tampa, FL) in the mid-'50s. While continuing to write verses and some prose over the years, I didn't concentrate on poetry until retiring in 1994. Since then, I've had numerous poems published, some in the U.S. but more in the U.K. As for my style of writing, I've been described as a 19th century poet in a 21st century world. I think that's entirely appropriate!

John Bliven Morin's Works:

1968: Contributed material and two illustrations to: The Life Cycle, Pauline K. Persing, , U. Georgia.7th Grade Anthropology Textbook.

1972: Contributed to: The Filipino Imnmigrant Child, A Handbook for Teachers, Anna Teruya & Jerilyn Wong, U. Hawaii.

1978: Ma'akua Gulch, Hau'ula, Oahu, site survey; with Dovey Steer, U. Hawaii.

1979: Pottery Descriptions, A Bibliography of Ceramic Archaeology, U. Hawaii.

1987: Sea-Lords of Gondor, John Bliven Morin, Iron Crown Enterprises, publisher.

1988: The Shadow-Hand of All-Power (sequel to J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of The Rings.)

1995: Carcosa (screenplay) Pali Productions, Publisher.

Sherlock Holmes in Hawaii (novella) .

1997: Jimmy and The Night Marchers (one act play) Pali Productions, Publisher.

1997: The Eyes of Oclanoc and Other Tales, Other Hands, publisher.

2005: The Many Faces of Blithian (poetry collection) Pali Productions, Publisher.

2008: Spooky Blithian (poetry and short stories) Pali Productions, Publisher

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Ipse Requie

I'd like to die in September,
For die I eventually must,
When Connecticut's leaves, I remember,
Are beginning to turn into rust;
And Coronado's barrier island
Has battled her hurricanes all,
And our home was safe on the high land;
Yes, I'd like to go in the fall.
When the pecans are coming in season

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