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Descending from 17th century New Hampshire settlers Macarius Keysar lives in a cave in the mountains of his ancestral home. Generational influences, green forests, rivers, brooks, ponds, and windblown starlit cold winters, as well as a transcendental appreciation of the beauty in all of nature, he is compelled to express his observations of the hurtful impacts of avarice, cruelty, rudeness, and blind ignorance by self-centered individuals. Encouraged by hope and inspired by faith, Keysar is a poet/mystic, influenced by ancient writings, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Robert Frost. He is a Seer, able to delve deeply into the mysteries of the cosmos. He is a Sayer who expresses the mysterious to the reader in both common and mystical settings. In over seventy years Keysar seldom ventures far from his home as he declares, “…life at this 45th parallel vantagepoint affords me with a window to the universe and nature that I dare not miss a moment of.”

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