William Karnowski writes to his wife, his children, and to the
reader about the path he took from a small boy on a cattle ranch in
Northeast Kansas to life in the fast lane in the urban jungles. His
personal collection of poetic insights describes the faces and
places of America. His prose and poetry paint written pictures of
the joy of his childhood, the dangers of his youth, and his comfort
in the great outdoors.
Karnowski has traveled from Maine to California, from Canada to
Mexico, absorbing and reflecting on his passage through the good
and bad times from the late 60s to present. The date each poem was
written has been recorded. The trickle of poems written in the
early years has grown to a flood, which resulted in "Pushing the
Sometimes humorous, sometimes reflective, sometimes sad, but
always honest; "Pushing the Chain" will strike chords of
recognition in the heart and mind of the traveler, look at his or
her own life through the prose and poetry of William Karnowski.
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