Desert Idaho

Poems Inspired by Nature and Philosophy

Hi, I'm Brett Wilcox, thanks for reading my poetry. I write to create the desert winds so that I can breathe. I'm influenced by many great writers like Jorge Luis Borges, who wrote "With slow love she looked at the scattered colors of afternoon. It pleased her to lose herself in intricate melody or in the curious life of verses."

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Memories of Another Time

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National Empire

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Sans Anesthesia

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Missteps of Good Intentions

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False Horizon

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Here Before

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To Care

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Chaos of Ripples

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Crippled in Spirit

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Primordial Routine

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A Beautiful Life

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Question Time

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Flaubertian Struggle

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Social Amnesia

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Past Present

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Tyranny Afoot

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My Grandfather's Shop

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Trespass in its Resplendence

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It's a Choice to be Kind

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A Man of Courage

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Began to Drift

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Symphony of Aliveness

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Navigating a Galaxy