CHANNILLO
The Mutable Heart
By Clark Gillespie (B Sharp)

Series Description:

Through nature and nurture, break-ups and love - A heart that is moved to words.

This series will explore the themes of desire, loss, confusion, joy, and many others with poetry that has a soft spot for rhyme and often lyrical in style.

Category: Poetry
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed



Author Bio For Clark Gillespie (B Sharp):

Residing in Boise, Idaho, Clark is the sometime author of local magazine puff pieces, former front man of two failed bands, and writer of an unfinished novel about life in a very small home town not unlike his own. He has been a songwriter and poet since before he wrote or sung a word. Having gone to college on and off for over 20 years, he still has hope that that far off Liberal Arts degree will someday be just the break he's been waiting for.

Deeply introspective with, just shy of crushing self-doubt, Clark is often seen staring out windows, looking at his phone, people watching, and building (mostly) wooden things with his bare hands.

An expert in Bio writing, Clark can be contacted on Twitter @clarkbsharp and Instagram @bsharpclark and on his infrequently updated blog*. http://clarkbsharp.blogspot.com 

*Long term, extremely scientific study on procrastination.







Series Description:

Through nature and nurture, break-ups and love - A heart that is moved to words.

This series will explore the themes of desire, loss, confusion, joy, and many others with poetry that has a soft spot for rhyme and often lyrical in style.

Category: Poetry
Updated: Weekly
Status: Completed


Author Bio For Clark Gillespie (B Sharp):

Residing in Boise, Idaho, Clark is the sometime author of local magazine puff pieces, former front man of two failed bands, and writer of an unfinished novel about life in a very small home town not unlike his own. He has been a songwriter and poet since before he wrote or sung a word. Having gone to college on and off for over 20 years, he still has hope that that far off Liberal Arts degree will someday be just the break he's been waiting for.

Deeply introspective with, just shy of crushing self-doubt, Clark is often seen staring out windows, looking at his phone, people watching, and building (mostly) wooden things with his bare hands.

An expert in Bio writing, Clark can be contacted on Twitter @clarkbsharp and Instagram @bsharpclark and on his infrequently updated blog*. http://clarkbsharp.blogspot.com 

*Long term, extremely scientific study on procrastination.