Tyler Joseph Wiseman

Rookie (02-20-1980 / Fargo, North Dakota)

Biography of Tyler Joseph Wiseman

For the last 8 years I've traveled across 47 states and over 60,000 miles hitchhiking in order to disseminate my poetry to the masses,
with 80,000 through misc. means. As a result, I achieved the status of self-publication in every state and a handful of countries by the
age of 21, and at 22 found national publication in The Vault: Soul Fountain. I was covered on national television (NBC) reading my
poem 'When Rabbit Howls' at the 50th Anniversary of City Lights. Publications include Children Churches and Daddies, Sonneto
Poesia, the Crystal Dawn Anthology, Taborri, and The Sidewalk's End amongst others

Tyler Joseph Wiseman's Works:

Poems Self Published Across the US50 include (Not Ltd. to.) Jewel I & III; Java Joes; As I have Walked; Santa Cruz Poems #X; Lament; The World a Grain; The Owl's Cataract; Symphony of Crackles; Arizona; Chesire Tiger eats a Bluebird Moon;
Vicious Tongues and the Damage Done; First Movement;
When Rabbit Howls; I AM; The Buzz; GLitterdust Prophecy; Celestial Garden; Sea World Splendor; Death of The Poet; Suburban Anguish; Golden Gate Park II; O.B. Library; Frisco @ Now You See Me; 4: 20; Sometimes You've Gotta Let Fate; Conceit; Angel Eyes; Amy (Recited, scribed, and disseminated en masse)

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Should a Summer 'Frisco fog roll in
obscuring the clarion skies in murk
or a Denver frost settle, heavy from the west
and I should pen my oppression, know
it is not for your eye my skies weep
Would that I could articulate the passage
of time in a cold November frost
It would not be for your heart alone
Supposing the spring waxes gaiety,

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