“Life’s lessons are not found in the obstacles we face, but in how we maneuver through them.”
That is one of the lessons I have learned, and continue to learn, as I move through my life’s journey. I use poetry, sometimes as satire, to express my feelings, ideas, and opinions. My reason is not to attack, but to make people ask questions. “The words are mine, but the interpretation is yours.”
David Andre Davison is a Veteran of the U.S. Navy. Mr. Davison has worked primarily in the fields of Education and Criminal Justice. He has lived and traveled to Northern Europe, the Caribbean, East and Southeast Asia, and the United States. He recently returned from SE Asia and now resides in the Midwest.
Davison, D. A. (2017), Breaking Barriers, The Broke Bohemian Magazine (spring), Retrieved from https://www.brokebohemian.com
Davison, D. A. (2017), Nuclear Impact. In T.M. Chuc (Ed.), Nuclear Impact: Broken Atoms in our Hands (p. 253). Pasadena, CA: Shabda Press.
Davison, D. A. (2016), Filipino’s Have It Hard, Anak Sastra Literary Magazine (22), Retrieved from http://www.anaksastra.com
Davison, D. A. (2016), Flexibility Enhances the Ride. In K. Williamson (Ed.), On the Back of a Motorbike: Stories and poems from Southeast Asia (pp. 148-159). Ruskin, FL: Literary Concept.
Davison, D. A. (2016), Zigzagging through Paradise. In K. Williamson (Ed.), On the Back of a Motorbike: Stories and poems from Southeast Asia (pp. 151-152). Ruskin, FL: Literary Concept.
Published Children’s Stories (Magazine)
Davison, D.A. (2016), The White Bay Clipper. Red Squirrel Magazine, Beijing, China.
Davison, D.A. (2016), Our English Teacher is an Alien. Red Squirrel Magazine, Beijing, China.
Davison, D.A. (2015), The Day I almost Lost my Best Friend. Red Squirrel Magazine, Beijing, China.
Davison, D.A. (2014), Dance of the Leaves. Red Squirrel Magazine, Beijing, China.
Created children’s stories and adult level business scenario’s for use in ESL educational books and lesson plans in Korea and Southeast Asia.
David Andre Davison is the author of materials in this blog, unless otherwise noted. The purpose of the material on this site is to inform, entertain, or as satire. There is no intent to attack anyone’s reputation or person. I retain ownership rights over the materials used, except for images and those materials cited in links from other sites, which are beyond my control. Comments in this blog are our opinion.
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