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R.K. Cowles

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in Hudson Falls, New York , The United States
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Born December 31, 1968 in Hudson Falls, New York, started writing poetry in Junior High School in the late '70s. Been unemployed most of his life.
The 90s is where he began to broaden and span out in though and his writing. Eventually in the early twenty- first century he began to create a series of poetic anthologies. These include 'Tints, Tones and Hues' poetry about colors, which is a three volume series. The third is of leftovers[34 poems] with an addition of 19[best of] of the previous two. 'Nursery Rhyme Reconstructions' is flip-side of Mother Goose, Poems about people, places, things and incidents where he lives 'Homespun', 'Slang Poetry Volume I' that are poems from the '20s, '30s, '40s and the Old West. He also has a series 'Expre
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“Only one thing that you can see and hear that is beautiful and frightening at the same time, and that is a thunder storm.”
R.K. Cowles

“Not only it is annoying, it is distracting from life itself.
~on what TV is.”
R.K. Cowles, The Hodgepodge of Poetized Morsels Parts 1 Through 6

“it is all fun and games until a sore loser loses or someone accuses someone of cheating.”
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“Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance.”
William Paley (paraphrase), A View Of The Evidences Of Christianity: In Three Parts

“Place a weapon in the hands of
Greed, hatred, especially of ignorance
You've created innocent deaths
That wasn't neccasary”
R.K. Cowles, Death On a Bicycle

“Never ever tickle anyone, who happens to be ticklish and holding a knife.
Foolish accidents not only, may occure,
but will occure and you'll regret it
for the rest of your life.”
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“Not only it is annoying, it is distracting from life itself.
~on what TV is.”
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“If you develop an ear for sounds that are musical it is like developing an ego. You begin to refuse sounds that are not musical and that way cut yourself off from a good deal of experience.”
John Cage

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