Starving Poets Club by Damon E. Johnson

Diverse backgrounds and titles

unfamiliar names and faces

all searching for the voice inside

that will one day take us places

Seems we all could use a peaceful place

that’s detached from a colorless mood

especially when the comforts of home

no longer provide complete solitude

Joined together by the poetic passion

that runs rapidly through our veins

while individually yearning to be released

from life’s emotional chains

Some people write for fame and fortune

while others merely desire to vent, but

most of us would settle for a moment of clarity

even if we never profited one single cent

© Damon E. Johnson

Excerpt from the book Rhythm In My Blues

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About the Author

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Damon E. Johnson is an accomplished freelance writer and poet currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia. He has two prior poetry books to his credit. Cited for its raw feelings and expressions of love, Rhythm in My Blues, Damon’s debut collection, was a stellar introduction to the poetry world. He continued to excite his readers with his follow up collection: The Vineyard: Exploding Grapes, which blasted onto the scene with raw passion and sensuality. Both works solidified Damon as a force in the literary world of poetry.



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