"Destroying or destroyed, my name speaks itself, molting the changing seasons of my hope, dust chokes in my throat, so human the sound,
so dire I know courage, becoming what the mountain emotes, eloped fluid and formless..."
- Forms and Vessels
Forms and Vessels
examines the dual nature shared by the individual and humanity, discovering the person as noble creation, empowered creator, and empty
servant. Its poems open a dialogue with the self, with the self in another, and between the self and the inevitable "us." It asks
how we become fully what we are.
- Judith Literary Press
David Michael Belczyk