The First Poem in my “quality of life” series: The “quality of life” series details the self-reflexive understanding of a disabled man coping with his diseases and his overall livelihood to a world who marginalizes the voice of the disabled. The poet uses real scenarios from his own life to craft evocative scenes depicting the inner workings of the mind in a way only possible by being a member of the “sick”.
Published by Sean Dever
Sean William Dever is a Boston-based poet currently in pursuit of his MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College, where he also attained his BFA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing. He works as an Adjunct Professor at Emerson teaching Intro to College Writing. In addition, he works as both a Copy Editor and Business Development Associate. View all posts by Sean Dever