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Drury, Gary

About Me

   Gary Drury writes books, considering where you’re reading this, makes obvious sense. He’s best known for writing poetry and non-fiction. He publishes a free quarterly gazette promoting writers. He’s an avid supporter of free speech and independent-publishing. Drury subscribes to the philosophy that everyone has the inalienable right to bear arms. So, grab pen and paper and start writing it’s our most powerful weapon.

   “My primary education was in parochial school where I still burden the guilt today. Not surprisingly my writings clearly convey those inner demons. Regardless of age one never escapes childhood experiences and memories. Probably reason why Edgar Allen Poe is my kindred spirit. One year, I set out to thru-hike the Appalachian Trail stretching 2200 miles across fourteen states and seven months to complete, it’s an epic journey like no other.”

    Family and friends are priority in his life. Then Drury’s greatest joy sharing his earnest passion ‘Poetry’ and ‘Life Experiences’ with others.

   Gary Drury is an award-winning writer whose publications included Candle in the Wind (translated into Russian) and Naked (his soul is exposed). Drury’s most recent books are Color My Soul and Masquerade. Most of his writings touches on sensitive subjects today.

   If you dare dive into his imaginative intensity.


I stare blankly into Godless night

In burning brightness of day

No love to take vacancy in the heart

Chaos and Hell’s fire blaze in soul

Veins balloon as blood gorges

I’m gone though I’m here

Presently absent

The emptiness isn’t a daydream

Time forsaken, forever abandon

No memory to remember


No awareness

No knowledge

Only the clue


Only the clue

Reveals absence

Gary Drury
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