Poems by Violet Uram
Story of a Drunk
A lonely man
for the light.
with whiskey and rye,
He carries his burdens
in his head,
he was dead.
But something carries him on,
looking for a life
sit on a hot summer day,
watching life go by.
so no one could
see me crying.
The king of cool no man's fool live life fast that's my rule slow talkin'
hip walkin' fame stalkin' master of
the scene long and lean you were a great one James Dean!
Biographical sketch: I am working on a BFA at Seton Hill College,
(located in Greensburg, PA) in English Creative Writing.
Violet Uram recommends:
Dharma Bums by Jack Kerouac
Reason: This book is the most radical free form writing
that I have ever encountered. It is all about the slam-beat of Kerouac's
experiences in San Fransisco and his unique perspective is very imaginative.
Recommendations for writers:
I love to capture a moment, a rare emotion that can't be translated
any other way except through