A Real Man

A Short Personal Memoir by Luke Nelson 12/1/21 A thick fog hangs over the tree-laden hills and clings to the grass fields. I can see my grandfather, “Pa,” within the haze. He is nothing more than a silhouette of a man. The fog is dark and menacing but in a beautiful sort of way, thoughContinue reading “A Real Man”

Mother Nature’s Revenge

A Poem by Luke Nelson As the walls topple down And the ground caves in, As the memories are squashed And there’s nothing left to defend, As the shells hit ground And the sky burns red, Know that this is our fault, Know that this the end. When the songbirds scream A haunting tune woreContinue reading “Mother Nature’s Revenge”

The Eyes of God

A Poem by Luke Nelson In a foreign land there lie mountains of rock and of stone. A Wind blows through the gullies, A Hum through the towering trees. In these mountains there is a deep gorge ascending downwards. No man has been to the bottom; It is observable only by the strong-willed thrill-seeker, TheContinue reading “The Eyes of God”

A Winter’s Skate

by Luke Nelson This is also one of my earlier films. It was supposed to be significantly longer (as you can tell, it is way too short), but I had some shooting issues and had to finish it quickly for a class deadline. So, this was the best I could. There is a lot IContinue reading “A Winter’s Skate”