Author Scott Thomas Outlar – Learning to Sing the Word

 

In the beginning

was the Word

and the Word

was a vibration

and the vibration

was a sound

and the sound

was a song

and the song

was a manifestation

and the manifestation

was an image of Creation

and the Creation

took on form

and the form

was chaos

and the chaos

brought about order

and the order

led to evolution

and the evolution

learned to adapt

and the adaptation

led to humanity

and humanity

became conscious

and consciousness

became the lyric

 

© Scott Thomas Outlar

Happy Hour Hallelujah front cover draft

Excerpt from the book

“Happy Hour Hallelujah”


Seated (Visions of Verse) About the Author

Scott Thomas Outlar resides in the suburbs outside of Atlanta, Georgia where he spends the hours flowing and fluxing with the ever-changing currents of the Tao River while laughing at and/or weeping over life’s existential nature. He hosts the site 17Numa.wordpress.com where links to his published poetry, fiction, essays, and interviews can be found. His poem “Poetic Points” was nominated for Best of the Net by The Mind[less] Muse in 2015. Since beginning to submit his work in 2014, he has had more than 800 poems appear in over 200 print and/or online venues, both in the United States and internationally. He has been a weekly contributor to the Sunday Poetry Page of the social justice newsletter Dissident Voice for the past two years. Scott’s most recent chapbook “Songs of a Dissident” was released through Transcendent Zero Press.

Visit Scott’s Author Page At: www.ctupublishinggroup.com/scott-thomas-outlar-.html



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