Writings

 "Unraveling of Warp and Weft"    remnants of prayer flags / reincarnated by birds / spring-weaving their nests

the poet composing the poem "Unraveling of Warp and Weft" at the Twin Springs Hermitage 2010

A prolific and multifaceted writer, David A. Martin writes something every day in adherence to the late octogenarian Pueblo poet Jim Hall tenet that “A writer is someone who wrote something today.”  He carries a small notebook in his back right pocket to jot down the phrasings that he mulls around in his mind like a rock in a polisher.  He writes articles, poems, fiction and non-fiction.


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