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Katharsis: Sifting Through A Mormon Past

Katharsis: Sifting Through A Mormon Past

Author Kent Bowker
Publisher Printed on Paige
Publication Date 8/14
Section Espresso Book Machine Books / Printed Here
Format Paperback
ISBN 9781495124280

 After a child learns to see and walk

it's Why? Why is the grass green

the moon yellow, then white

what's good, what's bad?

You're big, they're small

they believe, they invent, 

and they wnat you to tell them

how Santa Claus is, and every

thing you say goes inside

where neurons form forever

The true and the untrue alike,

the moral and immoral they see

all the viruses of belief

get stuck inside

and it's hell to get them out


Kent Bowker, a survivor of the late 40's Berkeley Renaissance, has spent his working life as a physicist, without degrees, and has been publishing poetry on his web site for a decade. This is his first nontechnical publication.

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