Daryl Wayne Baxter (Excerpt - Autobiographical Novel)



Written by Seth Christopher (Daryl Wayne Baxter) Haehl; May 01, 2012

No matter our age, race or gender. For the same reasons of success, we all push the envelope to be different from that of the other or merely mirror the act of another's fad. We all attempt to shine by doing different with each of our personal, individual lives, for better or for worse, at times. We intimately convey to impress superiors for importance, more than that of the other, in some cases. Most may insinuate stronger stories and events, sometimes desperate to strive to earn what another has had either gained or lost along his or her way.

Some thrive on the furthering of their current or previously created successes or status quo in orderto be better themselves, and those whom surround them; thus helping to be more prominent, or to stand out more than the other. Some strive to be better than one another are, though in reality, we all know no one is. Only through the eyes of the beholder, do they believe themselves to be flawless than the other may or may not be. Personally, I have always said, “To those whom clam flawless are some of the most flawed.” Some continuously state to this day that all we touch and all we see may be all we will ever be. Some hinder themselves by needless, coexisting acceptance with others through, as it may seem, never-ending spirals of triumphs through self-empowerment, exploration, and at times self-discovery. Destiny, lead to believe, has done been sewn within the depths of the souls whom question the futures of their lives. There is no purpose to question what tomorrow will bring. Things simply come as they are, and go, as they will.

As many others and I have discovered over time; for every moment spent, wasting time, seeking answers to questions of their future; will without out any doubt fall upon them through all personal uncertainties and innermost trials.

However, nothing is ever set in stone, and our destiny will remain unknown. Furthermore, no matter what happens, all of the answers in which were sought will indeedcome. The chase and wandering; forever meets end. Just as some will continue to say, love will come your way, when it is time.  Now is the time. The time to stop searching, and my dear friend, stop and let love, allow love to now flow your way. Forever and always it will come, my dear. It will come.

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Submitted on May 11, 2012

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Daryl Wayne Baxter

My work not meant to be of perfection, it never has been; nor is it, to myself, of Epic proportion. Its perception is importantly the opinion of the reader, critic, and/or reviewer. It is an importance to me, the thoughts of the reader, no matter if it is misunderstood, misleading, or ill represented. It is only my personal, poetically artistic creations. In addition, throughout the years, 2004-2007; I received awards of outstanding achievements in poetry, from poetry.com. My poetry written here is same of sorts. Thanks, for all your time in reading, reviewing, and criticizing, no matter its negativity or its positivity. It is greatly appreciate. Sincerely, I give much respect! Daryl Wayne Baxter more…

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