Living in a society we view apart; Budd channels his meditative being to creatively write constructive inspirational thoughts. Having overcome emotions of apprehension and self-doubt, he’s a generational thought leader writing to encourage readers to face their fears, question systematic patterns, and run forth the forks in their path. Our sight is challenged after each chapter by an exercise of traditional Japanese haiku. Book one expresses the eye which marks his artistic beast—who soars above feelings of uncertainty while trusting a serene space to create.
After Chapter IX’s poem, readers can begin their journaling journey beneath innovative haiku.
She did it. But he started it. Meet Rigil Aliko Banks—Budd’s best friend—who’s not very nice. Residing at the abstracted parallels of time and space, he writes Budd explaining his life story on how him and his friend, by accident, does something stupid.
Boy, is he a character. But he meets his match. They keep their distance. Although these stars don’t shine on each other, they crash at the point of a croak. And so does the corpse they must hide.