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Author: John LaMar Cole
John LaMar Cole was raised on a tobacco farm in the central Bluegrass of Kentucky in the 1960s. He works as a certified medical interpreter, as well as a lifetime of gigs as pianist and musical director, currently finishing his doctorate in music composition. Although John has written poetry since a child, he only began to seek publication in 2021. Since then, ten of his poems have been published in two editions of Danse Macabre, as well as in Screen Door Review. He comes from a long line of storytellers and amateur poets, spinning out yarns from the legends & lifestyle of the rolling, verdant terrain that nurtured him. Love was his perennial motivation.