I wanted to write about fear more than I wanted to write about hope. Fear seemed the kind of a subject that would not only be easier to write about, but far more interesting. The poems were written over a month early in 2017 and came spontaneously from asking myself what I was afraid of. When I was done I was a little surprised to find that the things I had written about weren't these fantastic and outlandish fears, but simple fears, things that serve to universally scare. It makes me wonder if the fantastic and outlandish fears that people feel aren't just conglomerations of the smaller, simpler, universal fears, combined in unique ways. I choose to think so...
After I had written the poems I chose to illustrate them with monsters and landscapes of my mind, done with little forethought or planning, just like the poems.
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