David Christopher Marsh - Author VV text 0417

David Christopher Marsh

David Christopher Marsh

David or 'Davo' to his friends has lived on (or near) the streets of Surry Hills for thirty years.  A prolific writer, David has written poetry since he was nineteen years old.  He is the author of three self-published collections of poetry: A Street Spirituality (2002), Reflections (2007) and The Ideal (2011).  David's poems were included in Word on the Street (2007) published by Word Association and has also self-published a book of Litanies and a book of Prayers.  More recently, David has been living in a unit at Northcott, which he describes as 'perfect'.  See David's website at www.astreetspirituality.wordpress.com.  An article written about David in The South Sydney Herald can also be viewed at: http://www.southsydneyherald.com.au/passionate-searcher-of-the-soul-reader-profile-david-marsh/#.WVovxtOGMdW

See David's complete contribution to Village Voices below:

Manic Depression II

The big man in me must grow smaller

The small man in me must grow bigger

The big man and the small man

Must meet in the middle

My sadness must grow happier

My happiness has grown sadder

The outcome must be pleasant

The truth in me must win

The changes must remain

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