Geoffrey Alexander, a native Texan, explores counterculture and dystopian themes in his poetry and contemporary fiction. Alexander's influences include Hunter S. Thompson, Chuck Palahniuk, and Charles Bukowski.
Works by Geoffrey Alexander (G.W. Jefferies) The Wind Changed As I Lay Dying Jefferies is Dead Visions of a Reject
Jefferies is Dead
by Geoffrey Alexander
He chewed on a paste of concrete Not balanced and off his feet Unable to move Unable to speak Futile attempts of freedom To squirm, to struggle For his own sake Last attempts to suck in air For he was full of despair His life deprived And death had quickly arrived The poems are inside. Letters to words...words to sentences...and so on...
The Wind Changed as I Lay Dying is a collection of eighty-nine poems straight from the heart. Through good times and bad, the poetry of G.W. Jefferies describes personal experiences, dreams, hopes, and fears that strike a chord in all of us. His insights run the gamut from life and death, through hunger and starvation, to life's most...
SINCEIAMHEREIMIGHTASWELLEATTHATORANGE is a collection of poetry composed by Geoffrey Alexander. These short and impactful poems delve into multiple feelings and thoughts of the human condition. **** AGAIN He broke the orange into Individual wedges The peel stuck under his nails Sticky fingers The smell lingers Since I am here I might...
America’s foundation is crumbling, and life is no longer recognizable. A dismal existence is all that’s left. Plagued with lifelessness and disease, the world is deteriorating fast. Gabriel Jones is caught in the middle. Just your average Joe, trying to find his place in this hopeless society, Gabriel is on the verge of knowing....
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