New Release: “Sinner’s Road” by Hugh Dysart

Sinner's RoadPreface …

We have all hitched down Sinner’s Road, at one time or another.  Some have stopped at small churches and begged repentance, some have stuck their thumbs back out, into the wind.

 

I always loved the wind.

I am a musician, a poet, a rich man, a hobo, a wiseman, a fool, a saint, a sinner.

 

I always loved the sinners.

 

I have kicked stones down Sinner’s Road for many years. If I had a destination, I’ve forgotten it long ago.

I truly hope my words amuse you and confuse you. I hope they comfort you, or perhaps warm you on cold, dark nights, as you stand waiting for the next ride, down Sinner’s Road.

 Now Available

Sinner’s Road by Hugh Dysart

Sinner’s Road – it’s an almanac for the many souls basking in their colorful wanderlust. This collection of poetry is both a trip down memory lane and the brink of a once in a lifetime voyage. It paints a masterpiece filled with worn-down freedom fighters, poor musicians, rich poets, wise bohemians and foolish saints. Their tales will provide you with unnecessary comfort and warmth, and will move you to tears of happiness, sadness and frustration. Pages brimming with massive beds of unmade decisions, haunting memories of thoughts left unsaid. Who would believe such a messy mind could articulate such wonderful sentences?

$17.95

  • Price above includes shipping and is available for USA shipments only.
  • Also available at Amazon.com
  • Please use Amazon for all International orders outside the USA.

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5 replies

  1. Reblogged this on The Lyrical Journal and commented:
    So proud of my fella. His new release is a wonderful collection

    Liked by 1 person

  2. A mouthwatering teaser .. I can relate… My tongue is still out, enjoying my plight down that lane. I hope it ends well. That hope is vague though.

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