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Carl Pecinovsky

About this Christian Poet:
I hail from Rochester, MN, and work as a computer programmer—though I've always been interested in human language too. I like the snowy winters and pleasant summers of this area, and in my spare time I enjoy video production as well as poem and story writing.

More Things

Horatio, my friend, there are more things.
But what things they be? That is the question.
Breaching the walls of your philosophy,
May they still teach well the perceptive soul,
Or just leech the mind of rational thought?
Shall I fetch the banshee for my doppelgünger
To appease that irrational hunger
And explain away the mystery of the day
With phantom figments
     of our myth-starved clay?

                   Copyright©2002 by Carl Pecinovsky