Depth Perception

by Dale R. Roettgen



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/24/2003

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 108
ISBN : 9781410701220

About the Book

Depth Perception is the first installment of the new poetic declaration of Essentialism. Poems in this collection are a testimonial of the author's conviction, that he has truly lived, in mind, body, and spirit. As you experience this verse, you will come to realize how Dale deeply attaches to his triumphs and disappointments, exposing himself, and you the reader, as limitless. The works within these pages describe how the author takes the most honest gaze into his own depths, and uses that to interpret the perception of his world. A relationship between writer and reader is boldly and brilliantly displayed. Depth Perception is a highly resonating experiencing of the truth about the Self, and how mobile it can be, if relentlessly embraced. The visionary stature of this verse will take you to the platform of highest absolution. This is a must-read for anyone who wishes to progress, and become proactive in his/her own life. This is like nothing you have ever read before, nor anything you ever will again. Prepare your eyes and heart to be massaged by phrases you will desire to rediscover again and again, or as the author himself directs:

"Try the touch that's timeless".

About the Author

Dale Roettgen was born in Racine, Wisconsin. He is the youngest of eight children. In 1998, Dale graduated from the University of Wisconsin Parkside, Kenosha Wisconsin, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a concentration in writing and editing. As an undergrad in 1995 and 1996, he received Editor's Choice Awards for his poetic submissions to the National Library of Poetry. He was featured in poetry collections from the National Library of Poetry in 1995, 1996 and 1998. Since '98 he has composed nine collections of poems, along with several essays. As the most prolific poet and essayist of the Essential Generation, his focus and pride in his vision exemplifies the newest momentum toward (as he puts it) "infinite contentment".