During my last year at college, I took one of the best courses that I have ever taken: Introduction to Creative writing. I will admit that I only took it to fullfill some humanities electives for my physics degree, and heard that it was an easy course, but it changed much of the way that I look at things. To a young man who spent almost all of my time writing very techincal and logically sound papers, I found a release for my creative side, which I did not realize that I needed. I don't remember the poet's name who taught the course, but he taught me to love it.

These are some of the pieces that I wrote at that time and since then. I freely admit that they are not the best in the world, but I am proud of a few of them. If you have any comments or criticisms, feel free to mail them to me. None of these works can be considered finished.

Short Stories

Airport Fire 1993
A Normal Day 1993
Textbook Prison 1993
One Wish 1997
Stranger 1997


6:00 AM 1993
Bedroom Gallery 1993
Changing Voices 1993
Due Date 1993
George Bailey 1993
Her Eyes 1993
Living Room Prison 1993
March on the Mall 1993
Sleeplessness 1993
Spider on the Wall 1993
Speaking Up 1993
The Damn 1993
The Race 1993
Travels 1993
What If 1993
White Lies 1993
Why 1993
Words 1993
Fight For Freedom 1994
Medals 1997
Mr. Moon 1997
Black Hole 1997
Requiem 1997
Yard Stick 1997
Letter to the Pilot 2001
One Touch 2001

Style is knowing who your are, what you want to say, and not giving a damn.
- Gore Vidal

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