If you're one of the smug, intellectual poetasters that snub poems with the word "soul" in them, you best get going someplace else. The works of Joseph Chiappelli tackle the most spiritual, and therefore frightening, aspects of human existence; in them, he studies the cosmos, his own loneliness, and the emptiness of human philosophy.
Joseph says, "I am a young poet (17) with a full two publishing credits, in the magazines 'Poet's Fantasy' and 'Introspect'. I write as a distraction from my otherwise boring, pointless but pleasant life." You can write to him at email@example.com.
Joseph's works here at Unlikely Stories are:
July 1999 - July 2000:
Peyote Soul Ramble
Conversation with Frog
Undulations of the Soul