A mixed bag of early poems, the central poem reflects the author’s concerns about what we know and how we know it. Excerpt: “The Skeptic’s Dream”: The last stanza:
“And time and machinery continue stamping, changing in
changing of the skeptic’s mind–
all alone in eon and instant.”
The path of sound credence is through the thick forest of skepticism.” – George Jean Nathan
“Who shall forbid a wise scepticism, seeing that there is no practical question on which anything more than an approximate solution can be had?” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
“Never take anything for granted.” – Disraeli
The Skeptic’s Dream by Gary C. Busha, 1996, 33 pp. $12 – Please contact Wolfsong Publications via firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in buying this chap.