Wesley L. Dingler

Wesley L. Dingler

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About Me

My name is Wesley Levelle Dingler. I was born in Central Alabama February 27, 1985. I'm a Piscean and love it.

I began writing poetry and child stories at age nine. I began home schooling after the Fifth Grade, having a lot of trouble in the public education system. I was a really weird kid, and they don't seem to care for bugs in the system.

Between 1994 and 2017, I wrote over 700 Poems (between me and my pseudonym) and numerous fiction short-stories of varying styles, themes and messages. When I was in my 20s I developed my own form of poetry that I call Rhythmic Word Art, which I continue to compose today. I have always considered my own work in poetry to be abstract more than realistic; but I dabbed in realistic poetry here and there, as well.

I don't care for overly vulgar or sexual poetry or hate-speech. Don't bother sending it to me, because I won't read it.

If you are one of those narcissistic writers who don't befriend people unless they praise your work all over the place, then I have no use for you, and you will have no use for me. I'm a writer, not a critic.

I still write poetry under my pseudonym, Louis McKraker from time to time. You can read his work here.
http://www.writerscafe.org/Louis_McKraker

All of our work is copyrighted.


Contact Info:
wes.dingler@yahoo.com


Fiction Styles:

Mystery/Suspense
Supernatural/Horror
Occult Fiction
Weird Fiction
Fall Fiction
Young Reader Fiction


Poetry Styles:

Rhythmic Word Art
Multi-Syllabic Rhyme
Word-Crafting
Melancholia
Deep Image
Realism
Naturalism
Confessional
Psychological
Existentialism
Mirrorismn
Satire




Some of my favorite writers/poets of today include...


Helen Warner
http://www.writerscafe.org/HelenWarner

Vria P. Crow
http://www.writerscafe.org/Ria6969

Sami Khalil
http://www.writerscafe.org/samiskhalil

Tabby Mac
http://www.writerscafe.org/Tabswindow

Coyote Poetry
http://www.writerscafe.org/Castellenas

Cherrie Palmer
http://www.writerscafe.org/Cherrie_Palmer

Christine Anne Shaw
http://www.writerscafe.org/cassie58

Leslie Philibert
http://www.writerscafe.org/Leslie%20Philibert

Annette Pisano-Higley
http://www.writerscafe.org/ahigley

Eilis Wren
http://www.writerscafe.org/eiliswren

Lyn Anderson
http://www.writerscafe.org/amendoim1988

...just to name a few.




For the heck of it, I have listed below some of my favorite poems...


1 A Man Said To The Universe- Stephen Crane
2 The Soul Selects Her Own Society- Emily Dickinson
3 When Serpents Bargain For The Right To Squirm- e.e. cummings
4 Lesson In Natural History- Theodore Spencer
5 Ouija- Sylvia Plath
6 Ars Poetica- Archibald MacLeish
7 Lights- Francis William Bourdillon
8 The Strange Case Of The Cautious Motorist- Odgen Nash
9 Vernal Equinox- Ruth Stone
10 The Mountain- Robert Frost






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Posted 1 Week Ago


Haha, I've been playing around with forming a poetry book. They are definitely still sold in stores! Emipoemi published one recently.

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Posted 1 Month Ago


😮😮😮😮😮😮What.An.Honor. I would love to write that poem! Thanks so much! I'll try not to disappoint!

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Posted 1 Month Ago


Hey! Just wanted to let you know that I read your poetry often and really enjoy it. I just take a long time to get to reviews. But I do plan to review them!

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Posted 1 Month Ago


Hey, I think it's going well, but I've started taking a teaching English course online so I've fallen behind in some of my reading and practicing.
Glad your back and hope you had a refreshing break!

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Posted 1 Month Ago


Hi Wesley, I read some of your poems and I really enjoyed them. I myself love the celestial metaphors and imagery and your work sparkles with them - I guess that's why I love Romeo and Juliet. Unfortunately I'm not learned enough in poetry to offer any more in depth or constructive feedback. I just wanted to let you know I enjoyed them and wondered if you have read a collection by Nikita Gill called 'Wild Embers'? If not, I've a feeling you'd like it.

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Posted 1 Month Ago


Having taken a quick look at it already, it reminds me of a collection I am working on as I'm reading Luke.

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Posted 1 Month Ago


Oh cool! I 'll have to take a look at it then!

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Posted 1 Month Ago


Thank you... needed to switch off! Happy New Everything to you and your darlings.

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Posted 1 Month Ago


You too Wesley, have a great New Year...

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Posted 1 Month Ago


Thanks! Happy holidays!