I write to explore truth. Facts form only a small portion of truth. Truth is in story, in poetry, in nature, in people. Truth is a person.
Do not look for facts here. Dates, names, places, sequences – they might be changed. Events, characters, experiences – they might be compiled, reduced or expanded. Point of view and tense might be mine, might be another’s.
Sometimes the most fictional telling is the truest.
I write of what I love and of what breaks my heart. I write of what I yearn for, of what I have, of what I have lost. I write what I know; I write what I wish I knew. I write to explore.