Wil Michael Wrenn writes in the moods, shades and emotional maturity of the late, great Rod McKuen. His poetry deals with spirituality and nature, life and love, grief and sorrow. His use of the English language is eloquent yet simple, evocative yet retiring as his words weave a gentle pathway strewn with emotion leading into the deep canyons of mind and the tranquil rivers of soul.
MELANCHOLY DAYS ~ Wil Michael Wrenn
wrapped in autumn’s bluish mist,
fill my mind with fading fires of youth;
they linger, though I would not have them stay.
* A Division of Saddlestone Inc. * Est. 1987
Seasons of a Sojourner
WRITER PROFILE Wil Michael Wrenn is a poet/songwriter who lives in rural north Mississippi, USA. He has an MFA from Lindenwood University and is a songwriter/publisher member of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP). His work has appeared in numerous journals, magazines, and anthologies, and he has published a book of poems. For further ino http://www.michaelwrenn.com/